S.I. Hayakawa Quotes

Top 22 wise famous quotes and sayings by S.I. Hayakawa

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S.I. Hayakawa quotes: I'm going to speak my mind because I have nothing to lose. I'm going to speak my mind because I have nothing to lose.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: Exactitude is the lowest form of pictorial gratification. Exactitude is the lowest form of pictorial gratification.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: It is not true that 'we have only one life to live'; if we can read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as It is not true that 'we have only one life to live'; if we can read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as we wish.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: We should keep [the Panama Canal]. After all, we stole it fair and square. We should keep [the Panama Canal]. After all, we stole it fair and square.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: English, our common language, binds our diverse people. English, our common language, binds our diverse people.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: Those terrifying verbal jungles called laws are simply such directives, accumulated, codified, and systematized through the centuries. Those terrifying verbal jungles called laws are simply such directives, accumulated, codified, and systematized through the centuries.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: There is only one thing age can give you, and that is wisdom. There is only one thing age can give you, and that is wisdom.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: The meanings of words are not in the words, they are in us. The meanings of words are not in the words, they are in us.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: English is the key to full participation in the opportunities of American life. English is the key to full participation in the opportunities of American life.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: Notice the difference between what happens when a man says to himself, I have failed three times, and what happens when he says, I am a failure. Notice the difference between what happens when a man says to himself, I have failed three times, and what happens when he says, I am a failure.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: Good teachers never say anything. What they do is create the conditions under which learning takes place. Good teachers never say anything. What they do is create the conditions under which learning takes place.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: You guys are both saying the same thing. The only reason you're arguing is because you're using different words. You guys are both saying the same thing. The only reason you're arguing is because you're using different words.
S.I. Hayakawa quotes: The United States is enriched by many cultures, and united by a single common language. The United States is enriched by many cultures, and united by a single common language.