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Readily Quotes By Dean Koontz: Nothing gives us courage more readily than the Nothing gives us courage more readily than the desire to avoid looking like a damn fool. Dean Koontz
Readily Quotes By Xenophon: Men unite against none so readily as against Men unite against none so readily as against those whom they
see attempting to rule over them.
Xenophon
Readily Quotes By Tacitus: Noble character is best appreciated in those ages Noble character is best appreciated in those ages in which it can most readily develop. Tacitus
Readily Quotes By Marcus Tullius Cicero: Like readily consorts with like. Like readily consorts with like. Marcus Tullius Cicero
Readily Quotes By Leonardo Da Vinci: The organ of perception acts more readily than The organ of perception acts more readily than judgment. Leonardo Da Vinci
Readily Quotes By Francois De La Rochefoucauld: Smallness of mind is the cause of stubbornness, Smallness of mind is the cause of stubbornness, and we do not credit readily what is beyond our view. Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Readily Quotes By George Santayana: Skepticism, like chastity, should not be relinquished too Skepticism, like chastity, should not be relinquished too readily. George Santayana
Readily Quotes By John Galsworthy: That tendency ... to lie awake between the That tendency ... to lie awake between the hours of two and four, when the chrysalis of faint misgiving becomes so readily the butterfly of panic. — John Galsworthy
Readily Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Books that you carry to the fire, and Books that you carry to the fire, and hold readily in your hand, are most useful after all. — Samuel Johnson
Readily Quotes By Theodore Gray: The fact that iron rusts so readily is The fact that iron rusts so readily is one of the great lousy breaks of chemistry, responsible for untold billions in costs every year. — Theodore Gray
Readily Quotes By George Orwell: But they took readily to Shakespeare, as all But they took readily to Shakespeare, as all children do when he is not made horrible with parsing and analysing. — George Orwell
Readily Quotes By Debra Webb: There are few things in life as precious There are few things in life as precious to us as our children. Rare is the woman or the man who wouldn't readily die for his or her offspring. — Debra Webb
Readily Quotes By Erika Hewitt: There's no moment in which congregations aren't embodying There's no moment in which congregations aren't embodying values that children readily absorb. — Erika Hewitt
Readily Quotes By Emile Durkheim: It is too great comfort which turns a It is too great comfort which turns a man against himself. Life is most readily renounced at the time and among the classes where it is least harsh. — Emile Durkheim
Readily Quotes By John Lancaster Spalding: When one sense has been bribed the others When one sense has been bribed the others readily bear false witness. — John Lancaster Spalding
Readily Quotes By Dee Hock: Children are easily taught, for they readily accept Children are easily taught, for they readily accept and believe lies told by their elders. — Dee Hock
Readily Quotes By Karl Marx: The English Established Church ... will more readily The English Established Church ... will more readily pardon an attack on 38 of its 39 articles than on 1/39 of its income. — Karl Marx
Readily Quotes By Niccolo Machiavelli: Men are so simple and yield so readily Men are so simple and yield so readily to the desires of the moment that he who will trick will always find another who will suffer to be tricked. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Readily Quotes By Sarah Hall: Language description and metaphors seem readily available. The Language description and metaphors seem readily available. The things I have to work harder at are plot, pacing, and form. — Sarah Hall
Readily Quotes By Mumtaz Kazmi: When a storm of devastation approaches you from When a storm of devastation approaches you from all directions it readily knows your unlimited potential of fighting back. — Mumtaz Kazmi
Readily Quotes By Paul P. Enns: We are limited by our visual, physical senses; We are limited by our visual, physical senses; yet from the Scriptures we can readily conclude that heaven is indeed not distant at all. It is nearby. — Paul P. Enns
Readily Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: Look out for squalls when you find it, Look out for squalls when you find it, and you will readily believe how little taste I found — Robert Louis Stevenson
Readily Quotes By Cassandra Duffy: Blast ignorant people with high-powered streams of information Blast ignorant people with high-powered streams of information and wisdom, but only when fire hoses are not readily available. — Cassandra Duffy
Readily Quotes By Rodney Richards: Write what's in you. Write readily and well. Write what's in you. Write readily and well. Then edit. Then share or send. Not before. — Rodney Richards
Readily Quotes By Dan S. Kennedy: Well, here's the trick about money. The understanding Well, here's the trick about money. The understanding that it is available in unlimited supply and readily replaceable changes everything. — Dan S. Kennedy
Readily Quotes By Pablo Picasso: It is a well-known fact that we see It is a well-known fact that we see the faults in other's works more readily than we do in our own. — Pablo Picasso
Readily Quotes By Karen E. Quinones Miller: I readily admit that I'm not, and have I readily admit that I'm not, and have never been, big on forgiving.
That doesn't mean I will seek revenge - It just means I don't forgive. — Karen E. Quinones Miller
Readily Quotes By D.W. Cee: She hurts easily, cries readily, but loves deeply. She hurts easily, cries readily, but loves deeply. — D.W. Cee
Readily Quotes By Ken Robinson: The changes that are needed in schools will The changes that are needed in schools will take root more readily if local and national policies actually support them. — Ken Robinson
Readily Quotes By Jose Saramago: The human being to lack that second skin The human being to lack that second skin we call egoism has not yet been born, it lasts much longer than the other one, that bleeds so readily. — Jose Saramago
Readily Quotes By Suresh Guptara: Even the adults were charming, traditional Barue, who Even the adults were charming, traditional Barue, who readily shared kitchen stories with him over mugs of Swigny. — Suresh Guptara
Readily Quotes By Stephen L. Carter: Rumor is rarely more interesting than fact, but Rumor is rarely more interesting than fact, but it is always more readily available. — Stephen L. Carter
Readily Quotes By Emily Post: Custom is a mutable thing; yet we readily Custom is a mutable thing; yet we readily recognize the permanence of certain social values. Graciousness and courtesy are never old-fashioned. — Emily Post
Readily Quotes By Martin Farquhar Tupper: True wisdom, laboring to expound, heareth others readily;False True wisdom, laboring to expound, heareth others readily;
False wisdom, sturdy to deny, closeth up her mind to argument. — Martin Farquhar Tupper
Readily Quotes By Friedrich Nietzsche: He who denies himself much in great matters He who denies himself much in great matters will readily indulge himself in small things. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Readily Quotes By Alain De Botton: People who readily accept the need for a People who readily accept the need for a gym will resist that their personalities might need some work too. — Alain De Botton
Readily Quotes By Susan Sontag: I vulgarize my feelings by speaking of them I vulgarize my feelings by speaking of them too readily to others. — Susan Sontag
Readily Quotes By Ellis Peters: Official justice does not dig deep, but regards Official justice does not dig deep, but regards what comes readily to the surface, and draws conclusions accordingly. — Ellis Peters
Readily Quotes By Henry David Thoreau: Those services which the community will most readily Those services which the community will most readily pay for, it is most disagreeable to render. — Henry David Thoreau
Readily Quotes By Steven Erikson: Against ignorance there is no front line. Against Against ignorance there is no front line. Against viciousness no border can hold. It breeds as readily behind your back as elsewhere.' 'What — Steven Erikson
Readily Quotes By Maurice Maeterlinck: Nothing in the whole world is so athirst Nothing in the whole world is so athirst for beauty as the soul, nor is there anything to which beauty clings so readily. — Maurice Maeterlinck
Readily Quotes By Craig D. Lounsbrough: God's eyes readily see beyond our actions, for God's eyes readily see beyond our actions, for our actions are simply fear and selfishness pretending to be us. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Readily Quotes By Alan Greenspan: I'm not denying that monopolies are terrible things, I'm not denying that monopolies are terrible things, but I am denying that it is readily easy to resolve them through legislation of that nature. — Alan Greenspan
Readily Quotes By Harry Shearer: I am one of those people who thrive I am one of those people who thrive on deadlines, nothing brings on inspiration more readily than desperation. — Harry Shearer
Readily Quotes By Andre Gide: True intelligence very readily conceives of an intelligence True intelligence very readily conceives of an intelligence superior to its own; and this is why truly intelligent men are modest. — Andre Gide
Readily Quotes By Bertrand Russell: Boys and young men acquire readily the moral Boys and young men acquire readily the moral sentiments of their social milieu, whatever these sentiments may be. — Bertrand Russell
Readily Quotes By Daniel Goleman: In politics, readily dismissing inconvenient people can easily In politics, readily dismissing inconvenient people can easily extend to dismissing inconvenient truths about them. — Daniel Goleman
Readily Quotes By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: Art rests on a kind of religious sense, Art rests on a kind of religious sense, on a deep, steadfast earnestness; and on this account it unites so readily with religion. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Readily Quotes By Sarah Jessica Parker: Friends are readily disappointed by the size of Friends are readily disappointed by the size of my closet. And I thought it was big! — Sarah Jessica Parker
Readily Quotes By Irma S. Rombauer: Soybeans really need an uplift, being on the Soybeans really need an uplift, being on the dull side, but, like dull people, respond readily to the right contacts. — Irma S. Rombauer
Readily Quotes By Charles F. Glassman: One surefire way of getting results the results One surefire way of getting results the results we need and want is to start taking the advice we so readily give to others. — Charles F. Glassman
Readily Quotes By Leo Tolstoy: Let fear once get possession of the soul, Let fear once get possession of the soul, and it does not readily yield its place to another sentiment.
Sebastopol by Leo Tolstoy — Leo Tolstoy
Readily Quotes By Seneca The Younger: Obedience is yielded more readily to one who Obedience is yielded more readily to one who commands gently. — Seneca The Younger
Readily Quotes By V.C. Andrews: What was there about the human condition that What was there about the human condition that made us hold on to tragedy with such tenacity and easily forgo the happiness we could reach readily? — V.C. Andrews
Readily Quotes By David McCullough: There are no people on earth in whom There are no people on earth in whom a spirit of enthusiastic zeal is so readily kindled, and burns so remarkably, as Americans — David McCullough
Readily Quotes By Bret Harte: Love differs from all the other contagious diseases: Love differs from all the other contagious diseases: the last time a man is exposed to it, he takes it most readily, and has it the worst! — Bret Harte
Readily Quotes By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: WHATEVER your especial need may be, you may WHATEVER your especial need may be, you may readily find some promise in the Bible suited to it. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Readily Quotes By Matt Chandler: We believe more readily in the abstract application We believe more readily in the abstract application of God's promises than we do in their application to us personally. — Matt Chandler
Readily Quotes By Edwin Powell Hubble: Wisdom cannot be directly transmitted, and does not Wisdom cannot be directly transmitted, and does not readily accumulate through the ages. — Edwin Powell Hubble
Readily Quotes By Peter Cundall: My best advice to individual investors can readily My best advice to individual investors can readily be summed up into two closely linked precepts. Be patient and don't be greedy. — Peter Cundall
Readily Quotes By Nicolas Chamfort: Women see faults much more readily in each Women see faults much more readily in each other than they can discover perfections. — Nicolas Chamfort
Readily Quotes By Philip Yancey: Human beings do not readily admit desperation. When Human beings do not readily admit desperation. When they do, the kingdom of heaven draws near. — Philip Yancey
Readily Quotes By Clifton Anderson: Having the right perspective is tough when you're Having the right perspective is tough when you're alone. Surround yourself with people who will help you see things you cannot readily see. — Clifton Anderson
Readily Quotes By Marcel Proust: The nose is generally the organ in which The nose is generally the organ in which stupidity is most readily displayed. — Marcel Proust
Readily Quotes By George Eliot: Selfish - a judgment readily passed by those Selfish - a judgment readily passed by those who have never tested their own power of sacrifice. — George Eliot
Readily Quotes By Thomas S. Monson: The lighthouse of the Lord sends forth signals The lighthouse of the Lord sends forth signals readily recognized and never failing — Thomas S. Monson
Readily Quotes By David A. Bednar: The gospel messages you share will be accepted The gospel messages you share will be accepted more readily if your Christlike example is evident in the ongoing pattern of your posts. — David A. Bednar
Readily Quotes By Epictetus: There are some faults which men readily admit, There are some faults which men readily admit, but others not so readily. — Epictetus
Readily Quotes By Seneca.: Det ille veniam facile, cui venia est opus Det ille veniam facile, cui venia est opus - the one who needs pardon should readily grant it — Seneca.
Readily Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein: You can go wrong by being too skeptical You can go wrong by being too skeptical as readily as by being too trusting. — Robert A. Heinlein
Readily Quotes By Demosthenes: What we wish, that we readily believe. What we wish, that we readily believe. — Demosthenes
Readily Quotes By Julius Caesar: People readily believe what they want to believe. People readily believe what they want to believe. — Julius Caesar
Readily Quotes By William E. Gladstone: A rational reaction against irrational excesses and vagaries A rational reaction against irrational excesses and vagaries of skepticism may * * * readily degenerate into the rival folly of credulity. — William E. Gladstone