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  1. The fact that most kids aren’t eating at home with their families any more really means they are eating elsewhere. They are eating out there in fast food nation.
  2. The fact that my 15 minutes of fame has extended a little longer than 15 minutes is somewhat surprising to me and completely baffling to my wife.
  3. The fact that my environment influences my life so much – and that my environment is in my control – gives me a great sense of empowerment over my health and my life.
  4. The fact that our task is exactly commensurate with our life gives it the appearance of being infinite.
  5. The fact that over 50 per cent of the residents of Toronto are not from Canada, that is always a good thing, creatively, and for food especially. That is easily a city’s biggest strength, and it is Toronto’s unique strength.
  6. The fact that the adult American Negro female emerges a formidable character is often met with amazement, distaste and even belligerance. It is seldom accepted as an inevitable outcome of the struggle won by survivors, and deserves respect if not enthusiastic acceptance.
  7. The fact that there’s people out there that care about what I’m eating for breakfast or care about a tweet that I posted in 2012 that they pulled up because they were searching on my Twitter and things like that – it’s hard to understand, because it’s just me, and I just think, ‘What’s so interesting about me?’
  8. The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better. I, therefore, intend to oppose the effort to increase America’s debt.
  9. The fact that we haven’t faced another major terrorist attack on American soil since Sept. 11 is a very significant achievement, and one that’s easy to forget – it’s the dog that doesn’t bark.
  10. The fact to which we have got to cling, as to a lifebelt, is that it is possible to be a normal decent person and yet be fully alive.
  11. The factory is the machine that builds the machine.
  12. The failure of academic feminists to recognize difference as a crucial strength is a failure to reach beyond the first patriarchal lesson. In our world, divide and conquer must become define and empower.
  13. The failure of Lehman may have allowed the government to do more to prop up the economy than it otherwise could.
  14. The failure to read good books both enfeebles the vision and strengthens our most fatal tendency – the belief that the here and now is all there is.
  15. The failures that we have are sometimes expensive educations.
  16. The faith that stands on authority is not faith.
  17. The family on my mom’s side, their whole business is inventing and pitching stuff. My grandfather is in infomercials. He’s a pitchman, so if you’re ever watching TV late at night, you’ll probably see him pitching knives. My great-grandfather also invented the plastic cheese grater.
  18. The family that prays together stays together.
  19. The family’s dream was to see me receive a high degree abroad and to return to become a university professor – on the door to my study room, a sign was placed reading ‘Dr. Ahmed,’ even though I was still far from becoming a doctor.
  20. The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you can see.
  21. The Fashion Fund celebrates the real passion that underlies the fashion business, not the frothy world of glamour and celebrity that so often surrounds it.
  22. The fashion of the world is to avoid cost, and you encounter it.
  23. The faster you can get your ideas in contact with the real world, the faster you can discover what is broken with your idea.
  24. The faster you go, the shorter you are.
  25. The fastest manned vehicle in history was Apollo 10. It reached 25,000 mph.
  26. The fastest way to break the cycle of perfectionism and become a fearless mother is to give up the idea of doing it perfectly – indeed to embrace uncertainty and imperfection.
  27. The father figure is something I love, but also suffocate from and want to work against.
  28. The Father willed that his blessed and glorious Son, whom he gave to us and who was born for us, should through his own blood offer himself as a sacrificial victim on the altar of the cross. This was to be done not for himself through whom all things were made, but for our sins.
  29. ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a beautiful film that’s really positive. The second half gets sad, but it’s always positive.
  30. The faults of a superior person are like the sun and moon. They have their faults, and everyone sees them; they change and everyone looks up to them.
  31. The faults of the burglar are the qualities of the financier.
  32. The fear factor actually brings the genuineness.
  33. The fear of death comes from limited awareness.
  34. The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.
  35. The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for there’s no risk of accident for someone who’s dead.
  36. The fear of this delicate and fierce feminine has more to do with our fear of being vulnerable again, getting hurt again, than it does by our actual distaste for the beauty of the feminine and Her qualities.
  37. The Fed has got to become a more democratic institution that is responsive to the needs of the middle class, not just Wall Street CEOs.
  38. The federal government has sponsored research that has produced a tomato that is perfect in every respect, except that you can’t eat it. We should make every effort to make sure this disease, often referred to as ‘progress’, doesn’t spread.
  39. The Federal Reserve has a responsibility to ensure the safety and soundness of financial institutions and to contain systemic risks in financial markets.
  40. The Federal Reserve has the responsibility to protect the credit rights of consumers.
  41. The Federal Reserve needs to provide small businesses in America with the same low-interest loans it gave to foreign banks.
  42. The Fed’s ability to raise and lower short-term interest rates is its primary control over the economy.
  43. The feeling of an evolution is a constant for every artist who is pursuing the search of refinement and enlargement of his/her own means of expression.
  44. The female loves to play man against man. And if she is in a position to do it, there is not one who will resist.
  45. The fewer the facts, the stronger the opinion.
  46. The fibers of all things have their tension and are strained like the strings of an instrument.
  47. The fickleness of the women I love is only equalled by the infernal constancy of the women who love me.
  48. The fight against AIDS in China is already well underway. The Chinese government and other funders are providing major support, and they’ll continue to bear primary responsibility for delivering prevention and treatment.
  49. The fight against terrorism is an international struggle of the free world against the forces of darkness.
  50. The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people.
  51. The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses – behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights.
  52. The film industry brings people together, and so does technology. I see them as similar platforms.
  53. The film industry is large enough and has many successful icons that have taken Indian cinema to shores beyond India. I think that Indian cinema itself needs to be applauded beyond one individual.
  54. The final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.
  55. The final proof of greatness lies in being able to endure criticism without resentment.
  56. The financial crisis should not become an excuse to raise taxes, which would only undermine the economic growth required to regain our strength.
  57. The finest clothing made is a person’s own skin, but, of course, society demands something more than this.
  58. The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time.
  59. The finest works of art are precious, among other reasons, because they make it possible for us to know, if only imperfectly and for a little while, what it actually feels like to think subtly and feel nobly.
  60. The finite is annihilated in the presence of the infinite, and becomes a pure nothing. So our spirit before God, so our justice before divine justice.
  61. The firm, the enduring, the simple, and the modest are near to virtue.
  62. The first act is writing, the second act is filming, the third act is releasing. If you have to partake in the third act, it hurts the first act of the next one. It’s like a prizefight. You get punched.
  63. The first album I ever bought with my own money was ‘Ten.’ Every single song reminds me of my childhood.
  64. The First Amendment freedom of religion is as important today as when the Bill of Rights was first written.
  65. The first and simplest emotion which we discover in the human mind, is curiosity.
  66. The first-born in every family is always dreaming for an imaginary older brother or sister who will look out for them.
  67. The first condition of progress is the removal of censorship.
  68. The first decade of the twentieth century was not a great time to be born black and poor and female in St. Louis, Missouri, but Vivian Baxter was born black and poor, to black and poor parents. Later she would grow up and be called beautiful. As a grown woman she would be known as the butter-colored lady with the blowback hair.
  69. The first duty of a leader is to make himself be loved without courting love. To be loved without ‘playing up’ to anyone – even to himself.
  70. The first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it.
  71. The first duty of society is to give each of its members the possibility of fulfilling his destiny. When it becomes incapable of performing this duty it must be transformed.
  72. The first forty years of life give us the text; the next thirty supply the commentary on it.
  73. The first four and a half years was me in the studio every day, writing songs for other people. I had jobs, too – eleven jobs. I worked at Kinko’s, Fatburger, Subway – I was a sandwich artist – and I was a claims processor at Allstate Insurance.
  74. The first fresh hour of every morning should be dedicated to the Lord, whose mercy gladdens it with golden light.
  75. The first holy truth in God 101 is that men and women of true faith have always had to accept the mystery of God’s identity and love and ways. I hate that, but it’s the truth.
  76. The first house I bought was a little Spanish bungalow on Clinton Street in West Hollywood, right behind the Improv. I was renting it, and I asked the owners if I could buy it, and they were really nice and let me work out a deal. And I fixed it up and later sold it. That was when I realized that if you make some improvements, you can make money.
  77. The First Impression Is Not The Last Impression, But A Lasting Impression
  78. The first inkling my husband had that I was thinking about suicide was when he checked my blog.
  79. The first job I got was this TV job in this show called ‘The Unusuals.’ Then I did a play called ‘Slipping,’ and at the same time I was rehearsing another play at Playwrights Horizons, and that kind of snowballed into a bunch of plays.
  80. The first less is this: take it from me, every vote counts.
  81. The first magic of love is our ignorance that it can ever end.
  82. The first man gets the oyster, the second man gets the shell.
  83. The first mistake in public business is the going into it.
  84. The first movie I ever cried at was when I was 10 years old and saw ‘The Notebook’ in theaters. I was like, ‘Whoa, so weird. Crying at a movie? I’m not supposed to do that. So weird.’ I didn’t know that art could make you do that.
  85. The first notes I still play when I start a sound check are classical. Those are my roots.
  86. The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.
  87. The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and economic opportunists.
  88. The first paragraph of my book must get me my reader. The last paragraph of a chapter must compel my reader to turn the page. The last paragraph of my book must ensure that my reader looks out for my next book.
  89. The first part of my career, how I was paying the bills was commercials. I was just doing tons of commercials.
  90. The first pet I remember was a cat called Baby. She would sleep with me, and I could call her from anywhere, and she would come running.
  91. The first plane ride was in a homemade glider my buddy and I built. Unfortunately we didn’t get more than four feet off the ground, because it crashed.
  92. The first principle of a free society is an untrammeled flow of words in an open forum.
  93. The first quality that is needed is audacity.
  94. The first question is always, ‘We loved him on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ we loved him in the Olympics, but can he speak English?’ Yes I speak English. Yes, I can.
  95. The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: ‘If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?’ But… the good Samaritan reversed the question: ‘If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?’
  96. The first rappers I ever got into were Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, and Nas. Those are the guys. Those are the dudes that flipped my wig.
  97. The first real concert, other than going with my dad to see Three Dog Night, was Smashing Pumpkins and Garbage. I was fourteen or fifteen. I liked Shirley Manson because she reminded me of Annie Lennox. They both have these deep, sexy, powerful alto voices.
  98. The first recipe for happiness is: avoid too lengthy meditation on the past.
  99. The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight.
  100. The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.
  101. The first rule of business is: Do other men for they would do you.
  102. The first show I did was ‘The Nutcracker’ ballet. I was one of the kids who comes out in the beginning.
  103. The first snowball I froze was put in my mother’s deep freeze when I was in my early 20s.
  104. The first sport I played was baseball. I remember being on the Little League team and someone pitching the ball to me for the first time. I was ready to no longer hit the ball off the tee, and an adult pitched it to me underhand.
  105. The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings.
  106. The first step to optimize the critical rendering path is:
  107. The first stone was just tried in the spirit of experimentation. The opening of the stone was far more interesting than the drawing that I had done on it.
  108. The first task of the association must therefore be to form the young members.
  109. The first thing anyone can do, about any issue, is get informed.
  110. The first thing I didn’t understand was my life. It’s a mystery. And today I don’t understand economy or politics. I don’t know why politics or economy are destroying the world, but I will understand after understanding.
  111. The first thing I ever invested in was Twitter. Blaine Cook, former CTO, was leaving the company and asked me if I wanted to buy his stock.
  112. The first thing I wrote was a one-act play that got accepted at a one-act play festival, and I was in it along with Nathan Lane and a couple of other very good actors.
  113. The first thing the secretary types is the boss.
  114. The first thing to understand about surveillance video in public places is that there is already a lot of it going on – though it is impossible to know how much.
  115. The first thriller ever? It was probably one from 1697. It was called ‘Little Red Riding Hood.’
  116. The first time I played a killer, in the 1997 film ‘Mojo,’ I went to my local video shop and got out a video of real executions and a history of the Third Reich. The guy in the shop was giving me a look. I thought this would help, but I don’t think it made any difference, and I don’t want to see any more executions.
  117. The first time I recorded without Allen Toussaint, I wanted to do doo-wop. Everything I’ve done since then has got some kind of doo-wop essence in it.
  118. The first time I sang in front of an audience, I was about 14 – it was at my guitar school’s showcase, and there were about 30 people there. I was so nervous, but I did it.
  119. The first time I saw nitroglycerine was in the beginning of the Crimean War. Professor Zinin in St. Petersburg exhibited some to my father and me, and struck some on an anvil to show that only the part touched by the hammer exploded without spreading.
  120. The first time I saw ‘Star Wars,’ I got so excited that I threw up.
  121. The first time I went to New York, it was really exciting, and I thought, given half the chance, it would be nice to live there – the same with London.
  122. The first time probably people really were aware of me, I unfortunately had the title of Showtime’s Funniest Person in America. And that’s a really tough title to travel around with when you’re not even known.
  123. The first time that I came to New York to work properly was the mid-’80s, but I was doing eight shows a week. You have no life. Going to a punk rock club – or whatever the music was at that time – would not have been on my agenda.
  124. The first victim of anger is the angry man.
  125. The first wealth is health.
  126. The flesh and bone leg is just beautiful. It’s elegant. You know, when it’s working, it’s incredible. But if it’s not working, well, you know, your life is certainly far from over.
  127. The flop that hit me was ‘Tevar.’ It felt like someone knocked the wind out of me. When you do a home production, it always hurts more. I wasn’t ready to accept that ‘Tevar’ didn’t do well.
  128. The focus on my appearance has really surprised me. I’ve always been a size 14 to 16, I don’t care about clothes, I’d rather spend my money on cigarettes and booze.
  129. The foodstuff, carbohydrate, is essentially a packet of hydrogen, a hydrogen supplier, a hydrogen donor, and the main event during its combustion is the splitting off of hydrogen.
  130. The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself a fool.
  131. The fool wonders, the wise man asks.
  132. The foolish man conceives the idea of ‘self.’ The wise man sees there is no ground on which to build the idea of ‘self;’ thus, he has a right conception of the world and well concludes that all compounds amassed by sorrow will be dissolved again, but the truth will remain.
  133. The foot feels the foot when it feels the ground.
  134. The forbidden things were a great influence on my life. I was forbidden from reading A Catcher in the Rye.
  135. The format of a Shopping ad is different from that of a standard text ad in that it includes:
  136. The formula ‘Two and two make five’ is not without its attractions.
  137. The fortune which nobody sees makes a person happy and unenvied.
  138. The foundation of every state is the education of its youth.
  139. The Founders who crafted our Constitution and Bill of Rights were careful to draft a Constitution of limited powers – one that would protect Americans’ liberty at all times – both in war, and in peace.
  140. The Fourth Amendment doesn’t apply to corporations.
  141. The Fourth Amendment is quite clear on the notion that search and seizure must not be unreasonable. It is difficult to think of something more unreasonable than searching the private phone records and digital information of citizens who are suspected of nothing.
  142. The fox has many tricks. The hedgehog has but one. But that is the best of all.
  143. The fragrance of flowers spreads only in the direction of the wind. But the goodness of a person spreads in all directions.
  144. The framers of our Constitution meant we were to have freedom of religion, not freedom from religion.
  145. The Fred Astaire movies made a huge impression on me.
  146. The free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it – basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.
  147. The free world must not prove itself worthy of its own past.
  148. The French want no-one to be their superior. The English want inferiors. The Frenchman constantly raises his eyes above him with anxiety. The Englishman lowers his beneath him with satisfaction.
  149. The frontier between hell and heaven is only the difference between two ways of looking at things.
  150. The fuel cell is just a fundamentally inferior way of delivering electrical energy to an electric motor than batteries.
  151. The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.
  152. The function of the artist is to invent, not to chronicle.
  153. The fundament upon which all our knowledge and learning rests is the inexplicable.
  154. The fundamental concept in social science is Power, in the same sense in which Energy is the fundamental concept in physics.
  155. The fundamental defect of fathers, in our competitive society, is that they want their children to be a credit to them.
  156. The fundamental issue is the moral issue.
  157. The fundamental purpose of government is to protect its citizens.
  158. The funny thing is, the girls that I’m always up against for roles are pretty nice and cool, like Emma Watson. She’s awesome.
  159. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
  160. The future hasn’t happened yet and the past is gone. So I think the only moment we have is right here and now, and I try to make the best of those moments, the moments that I’m in.
  161. The future influences the present just as much as the past.
  162. The future is all about leading a stress-free life and having all the solutions for all problems at hand.
  163. The future is built on brains, not prom court, as most people can tell you after attending their high school reunion. But you’d never know it by talking to kids or listening to the messages they get from the culture and even from their schools.
  164. The future is green energy, sustainability, renewable energy.
  165. The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of 60 minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is.
  166. The future of advertising is the Internet.
  167. The future of humanity is going to bifurcate in two directions: Either it’s going to become multiplanetary, or it’s going to remain confined to one planet and eventually there’s going to be an extinction event.
  168. The future of Windows is to let the computer see, listen and even learn.
  169. The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on.
  170. The future will be better tomorrow.
  171. The G7 – and earlier, the G8 – were a group of countries that shared the same values with regard to freedom and democracy, and through the annexation of Crimea, Russia made it clear at a certain point that these values of keeping the peace, integrity of the borders of a country were not being respected.
  172. The gambling known as business looks with austere disfavor upon the business known as gambling.
  173. The game has its ups and downs, but you can never lose focus of your individual goals and you can’t let yourself be beat because of lack of effort.
  174. The game is my wife. It demands loyalty and responsibility, and it gives me back fulfillment and peace.
  175. The game of basketball has been everything to me. My place of refuge, place I’ve always gone where I needed comfort and peace. It’s been the site of intense pain and the most intense feelings of joy and satisfaction. It’s a relationship that has evolved over time, given me the greatest respect and love for the game.
  176. The game of golf would lose a great deal if croquet mallets and billiard cues were allowed on the putting green.
  177. The game plan might be different based on the opponent, but the approach is the same.
  178. The gap between being a bad person and being a criminal is often wide.
  179. The Gates Foundation has learned that two questions can predict how much kids learn: ‘Does your teacher use class time well?’ and, ‘When you’re confused, does your teacher help you get straightened out?’
  180. The general idea of the rich helping the poor, I think, is important.
  181. The general population still thinks HIV is something that came in the 80s and went away, or that it only affects the gay population or intravenous drug users.
  182. The generality of men are naturally apt to be swayed by fear rather than reverence, and to refrain from evil rather because of the punishment that it brings than because of its own foulness.
  183. The generous Critic fann’d the Poet’s fire, And taught the world with reason to admire.
  184. The generous wish to share with all what is precious, to spread broadcast priceless truths, to shut out none from the illumination of true knowledge, has resulted in a zeal without discretion that has vulgarised Christianity, and has presented its teachings in a form that often repels the heart and alienates the intellect.
  185. The genius of any slave system is found in the dynamics which isolate slaves from each other, obscure the reality of a common condition, and make united rebellion against the oppressor inconceivable.
  186. The genius of democracies is seen not only in the great number of new words introduced but even more in the new ideas they express.
  187. The genius of vinyl is that it allows – commands! – us to put our fingerprints all over that history: to blend and chop and reconfigure it, mock and muse upon it, backspin and skip through it.
  188. The genius, wit, and the spirit of a nation are discovered by their proverbs.
  189. The genre of narrative business books that I love so much – the ones that have a you-are-there quality – was invented, or so it is said, in 1982 by David McClintick, who wrote ‘Indecent Exposure,’ a rollicking good read about a Hollywood scandal and the ultimate boardroom power struggle at Columbia Pictures.
  190. The German government has taken energetic measures against the propagation of the defective, the mentally diseased, and the criminal.
  191. The Giants are usually described as rag tag, kind of a great garage sale team, and the Democrats are described as the Mommies to the Republican Daddies; and everyone hates the mommies, but wait, wait – I didn’t intend to get into the pathos and thrill of being a Democratic Giants fan.
  192. The gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge.
  193. The gift of loneliness is sometimes a radical vision of society or one’s people that has not previously been taken into account.
  194. The girls, like, in we’ll say Hooters, have less clothing than the girls I worked with in those days. We thought it was wild when they just wore little bells and so forth. But today, in restaurants, some of the waitresses almost work in the nude, you know, to get business.
  195. The giving of love is an education in itself.
  196. The glamour of it all! New York! America!
  197. The glass is neither half-full nor half-empty; the glass is twice as big as it should be.
  198. The Global Fund is a central player in the progress being achieved on HIV, TB and malaria. It channels resources to help countries fight these diseases. I believe in its impact because I have seen it firsthand.
  199. The global importance of the Middle East is that it keeps the Far East and the Near East from encroaching on each other.
  200. The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
  201. The goal for me is always to have the opportunity to work in different genres. This is a great and exciting time in my career, where I can have the opportunity to work in different genres, and also I recognize there’s not a lot of actors who have that opportunity and I’m grateful for it.
  202. The goal has been not to get pigeonholed. I like working in different genres. I’m gonna try to be entertaining and funny and do my usual thing.
  203. The goal is not to get into a relationship; the goal is to be in a relationship.
  204. The goal isn’t, and shouldn’t be, to block Hillary Clinton. The goal is to make sure a potential President Clinton is beholden to a better Congress and a better Democratic Party.
  205. The goal of a call-to-action is to:
  206. The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.
  207. The goal of having more and more information is really to better be able to predict what is your health outcome going to be.
  208. The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.
  209. The goal of our actions is and will remain a sovereign and territorially intact Ukraine that can decide its own future.
  210. The goal of real healthcare reform must be high-quality, universal coverage in a cost-effective way.
  211. The goal of science is to build better mousetraps. The goal of nature is to build better mice.
  212. The goal of Tesla is to accelerate sustainable energy, so we’re going to take a step back and think about what’s most likely to achieve that goal.
  213. The goal to strive for is a poor government but a rich people.
  214. The God who existed before any religion counts on you to make the oneness of the human family known and celebrated.
  215. The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time.
  216. The gods, as they are beneficent, if they find anyone who is healthy and whole and unscarred by vice, will send him away, surely, after crowning him, not with golden crowns, but with all sorts of blessings.
  217. The gods do not need sacrifices, so what might one do to please them? Acquire wisdom, it seems to me, and do all the good in one’s power to those humans who deserve it.
  218. The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more dreadful punishment than futile and hopeless labor.
  219. The gods help them that help themselves.
  220. The Gods themselves cannot recall their gifts.
  221. The gods too are fond of a joke.
  222. The golden rule is that there are no golden rules.
  223. The golden thread of reason that used to be stretched taut to mark the boundary between the known and the unknown is now routinely disrespected.
  224. The golf facet of my life doesn’t go with the rest of my life, which is a rough-and-tumble life. I work in real estate development, which is the toughest business, and I do it in the toughest city. I deal with ruthless people.
  225. The good and the wise lead quiet lives.
  226. The good critic is he who relates the adventures of his soul among masterpieces.
  227. The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily. That is what fiction means.
  228. The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge.
  229. The good man is the friend of all living things.
  230. The good opinion of mankind, like the lever of Archimedes, with the given fulcrum, moves the world.
  231. The good parts of a book may be only something a writer is lucky enough to overhear or it may be the wreck of his whole damn life and one is as good as the other.
  232. The good times of today, are the sad thoughts of tomorrow.
  233. The Google Analytics Data Model consists of users, sessions, and interactions. In this hierarchy, interactions include:
  234. The Google Analytics SDK or tracking code sends campaign and traffic source data through a number of different fields. Which of the following is one of the fields used to send campaign or traffic source data?
  235. The Google Pigeon update mainly affects:
  236. The goose that lays the golden eggs likes to lay where there are eggs already.
  237. The Gospel has never changed.
  238. The gospel music and doo-wop is what has informed me personally.
  239. The gospel to me is simply irresistible.
  240. The government is us; we are the government, you and I.
  241. The government must give proper weight to both keeping America safe from terrorists and protecting Americans’ privacy. But when Americans lack the most basic information about our domestic surveillance programs, they have no way of knowing whether we’re getting that balance right. This lack of transparency is a big problem.
  242. The government of the United States is a device for maintaining in perpetuity the rights of the people, with the ultimate extinction of all privileged classes.
  243. The government, under my leadership, will act to implement the rule of law and to maintain the independence of the judicial system, which is one of the pillars of maintaining a democratic system.
  244. The government, whether state or central, is elected. That means we have a responsibility to elect the right kind of leaders.
  245. The governments of the present day have to deal not merely with other governments, with emperors, kings and ministers, but also with the secret societies which have everywhere their unscrupulous agents, and can at the last moment upset all the governments’ plans.
  246. ‘The Graduate’ should have won best picture over ‘In the Heat of the Night.’
  247. The graffito’s on the wall!
  248. The grand aim of all science is to cover the greatest number of empirical facts by logical deduction from the smallest number of hypotheses or axioms.
  249. The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life.
  250. The great advantage of being in a rut is that when one is in a rut, one knows exactly where one is.
  251. The great constitutional corrective in the hands of the people against usurpation of power, or corruption by their agents is the right of suffrage; and this when used with calmness and deliberation will prove strong enough.
  252. The great decision was the Explorer program. The thing we did not do well is that we allowed and somewhat encouraged too much exposure to the program.
  253. The great defense against the air menace is to attack the enemy’s aircraft as near as possible to their point of departure.
  254. The great dream merchant Disney was a success because make-believe was what everyone seemed to need in a spiritually empty land.
  255. The great end of life is not knowledge but action.
  256. The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic.
  257. The great European dream was to diminish militant nationalism. We would all be happy Europeans together. But we are going to see the old monster of militant nationalism being awoken when people realise how little control their politicians have.
  258. The great growling engine of change – technology.
  259. The great help of being in the Army is to understand why are the armies clever in what they describe as emotional intelligence, making soldiers come to terms with the death of comrades by certain rituals.
  260. The great joy of doing ‘The Daily Show’ for me is that I get to sit on the fence between cultures. I am commenting on the absurdity of both sides as an outsider and insider. Sometimes I’m playing the brown guy, and sometimes I’m not, but the best stuff I do always goes back to being a brown kid in a white world.
  261. The great question of our day is whether we, the Jewish people of Israel, can find within us the will to survive as a nation.
  262. The great question of our time is, ‘Will we be motivated by materialistic philosophy or by spiritual power?’
  263. The great secret of success is to go through life as a man who never gets used up.
  264. The great thieves lead away the little thief.
  265. The great thing about a song is that no one has to know your story. But if you tell it in a way that has clarity and means something to somebody else, then it can apply to their story.
  266. The great thing about capitalism is that it’s a system that works.
  267. The great thing about having a bunch of kids is they just remind you that you’re the person who takes them to go poop!
  268. The great thing about McDonald’s is that they have a lot of different things on the menu. I love their salads.
  269. The great thing about performance capture is you can go off, and then, without changing costume, you can become another character.
  270. The great thing about running is that you can get away to your own thoughts and get in a little bubble.
  271. The great thing about the United States and the historically magnetic effect it has had on a lot of people like me is its generosity, to put it simply.
  272. The great thing about this is, and not to pump my own tires, but I feel like I’m not maximized yet. I feel like I can still run faster, jump higher, which I think makes it special. Hopefully, going to London, I’ll be welcomed into the decathlon community.
  273. The great thing is that young talent isn’t tied to a how-to model for starting a line; we get to find new ways to go about doing things. And don’t let people tell you you can’t. Go find a way to show that you can.
  274. The great thing that I appreciate – the fact that my godfather, William ‘Sticky’ Jackson, was a Tuskegee Airman because my father was first born in Ozark, Alabama. The sacrifices and the commitment of those men made it possible for myself and many others.
  275. The Great War proved how confused the world is. Depression is proving it again.
  276. The greater intellect one has, the more originality one finds in men. Ordinary persons find no difference between men.
  277. The greater our knowledge increases the more our ignorance unfolds.
  278. The greater the difficulty the more glory in surmounting it. Skillful pilots gain their reputation from storms and tempests.
  279. The greater the feeling of inferiority that has been experienced, the more powerful is the urge to conquest and the more violent the emotional agitation.
  280. The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse.
  281. The greatest achievements of the human mind are generally received with distrust.
  282. The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved but only outgrown.
  283. The greatest block today in the way of woman’s emancipation is the church, the canon law, the Bible and the priesthood.
  284. The greatest bulwark against an overreaching government, as tyrants know, is a religious population. That is because religious people form communities of interest adverse to government control of their lives; religious communities rely on their families and each other rather than an overarching government utilizing force.
  285. The greatest compliment I get about my writing is when people say, ‘How did you know so much about me?’ And of course, the answer is very simple: ‘I just observed myself without sentimentality.’
  286. The greatest compliment that was ever paid me was when one asked me what I thought, and attended to my answer.
  287. The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation.
  288. The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child, what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing between.
  289. The greatest economic power might in fact remain in the hands of the Federal Reserve. Economists credit the Fed’s policy of keeping interest rates at historic lows with helping to pump up the economy and bring unemployment down.
  290. The greatest enemy to human souls is the self-righteous spirit which makes men look to themselves for salvation.
  291. The greatest gift is a portion of thyself.
  292. The greatest gift that you can give to others is the gift of unconditional love and acceptance.
  293. The greatest gift that you can give yourself is a little bit of your own attention.
  294. The greatest gift you have been given is the gift of your imagination – what do you dream of wanting to do?
  295. The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
  296. The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.
  297. The greatest happiness is to know the source of unhappiness.
  298. The greatest heroes are those who do their duty in the daily grind of domestic affairs whilst the world whirls as a maddening dreidel.
  299. The greatest heroes of the Normandy battlefield were the unarmed medics, whom snipers often shot at despite their Red Cross armbands.
  300. The greatest job I ever had was working on my family farm. Each morning my father would come into my bedroom around 4:30 am and command me to get up and work the fields. I would spend the next two hours before school slopping pigs and cropping tobacco.
  301. The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith.
  302. The greatest magnifying glasses in the world are a man’s own eyes when they look upon his own person.
  303. The greatest mistake you can make in life is continually fearing that you’ll make one.
  304. The greatest mystery of existence is existence itself.
  305. The greatest obstacle to the welfare state is not greed but private charity that makes the welfare state irrelevant; the greatest obstacle to re-education of children in the name of the collective is allegiance to a higher power. More than that, the greatest obstacle to the state as god is an actual God above the state.
  306. The greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for any other kind of happiness.
  307. The greatest pleasure of life is love.
  308. The greatest problem for mathematicians now is probably the Riemann Hypothesis.
  309. The greatest public health threat for many American women is the men they live with.
  310. The greatest security for Israel is to create new Egypts.
  311. The greatest thing my father left me was a love for cutting wood – my love for sawing, especially pine wood.
  312. The greatest thing you’ll ever learn, is just to love and be loved in return.
  313. The greatest tragedy in mankind’s entire history may be the hijacking of morality by religion.
  314. The greatest trick a writer ever played upon his readers was to convince them that he was telling the truth when he wrote, “Honestly, I tell you no lies!”
  315. The greatest truth is honesty, and the greatest falsehood is dishonesty.
  316. The greatest virtue of man is perhaps curiosity.
  317. The greatest virtues are those which are most useful to other persons.
  318. The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.
  319. The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
  320. The greatness of America lies not in being more enlightened than any other nation, but rather in her ability to repair her faults.
  321. The greatness of man is great in that he knows himself to be wretched. A tree does not know itself to be wretched.
  322. The Green Revolution focused on the big three – maize, rice and wheat – and the Green Revolution did not adapt the big three to African conditions, other than South Africa, as much as they should have.
  323. The growth of women’s soccer and women’s sports all around the world has been slow.
  324. The Guide is definitive. Reality is frequently inaccurate.
  325. The guiding motto in the life of every natural philosopher should be, seek simplicity and distrust it.
  326. The guys in my band are good friends on and off the stage. The band members that I have now is probably the best band that I have ever had.
  327. The guys that I beat in the ‘Super Six,’ every one of those fights was tough, even if I did dominate some.
  328. The guys who won World War II and that whole generation have disappeared, and now we have a bunch of teenage twits.
  329. The H1 tag:
  330. The hankering of the mind is irresistible.
  331. The happiest people in the world are those who feel absolutely terrific about themselves, and this is the natural outgrowth of accepting total responsibility for every part of their life.
  332. The happiness and peace attained by those satisfied by the nectar of spiritual tranquillity is not attained by greedy persons restlessly moving here and there.
  333. The happiness of a man in this life does not consist in the absence but in the mastery of his passions.
  334. The happiness of this life depends less on what befalls you than the way in which you take it.
  335. The happy people are failures because they are on such good terms with themselves they don’t give a damn.
  336. The hardened mass of liquid stones had much stronger qualities than those which had simply torn. The skin remained a recognisable part of the molten stone.
  337. The hardest novel to write was Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant.
  338. The hardest part of this whole movie-making endeavor is finding ideas.
  339. The hardest thing about any political campaign is how to win without proving that you are unworthy of winning.
  340. The hardest thing about being famous is that people are always nice to you. You’re in a conversation and everybody’s agreeing with what you’re saying – even if you say something totally crazy. You need people who can tell you what you don’t want to hear.
  341. The hardest thing for me about making movies, and that included ‘M*A*S*H’ because it was made like a movie, was starting and stopping.
  342. The hardest thing for me is restraint. I see fresh beans and ramps, and I start to quiver.
  343. The hardest thing for me was leaving my friends and family behind.
  344. The hardest thing in the world to do is to have someone in a seat in a theater laughing so hard that they’re making weird sounds.
  345. The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident which everybody had decided not to see.
  346. The hardest thing to raise in my garden is my knees.
  347. The hardest thing to understand in the world is the income tax.
  348. The hardest tumble a man can make is to fall over his own bluff.
  349. The hardware business is all about per-unit manufacturing cost and functionality. The services business is less asset-intensive and more dependent on people.
  350. The harshest thing I can say is I was married to someone for whom all dissent was abuse. If you had your own opinion, you were abusive.
  351. The hate of men will pass, and dictators die, and the power they took from the people will return to the people. And so long as men die, liberty will never perish.
  352. The head-banging music gives me a headache. Katy Perry is fun, Rihanna, old-school ’90s hip-hop. Salt-N-Pepa. I like listening to that. Get the nerves out before the games.
  353. The head of every family will be what Abraham was, the patriarch, the priest and the unlettered lord of his family, and Reason will be the code of laws to all mankind.
  354. The health-care sector certainly employs more people and more machines than it did. But there have been no great strides in service. In Western Europe, most primary-care practices now use electronic health records and offer after-hours care; in the United States, most don’t.
  355. The health of a democratic society may be measured by the quality of functions performed by private citizens.
  356. The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.
  357. The health of the people is really the foundation upon which all their happiness and all their powers as a state depend.
  358. The healthiest competition occurs when average people win by putting above average effort.
  359. The healthy man does not torture others – generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.
  360. The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing.
  361. The heart is forever inexperienced.
  362. The heart is the chief feature of a functioning mind.
  363. The heart, not the head, must be the guide.
  364. The heart of man is, so to speak, the paradise of God.
  365. The heart of marriage is memories; and if the two of you happen to have the same ones and can savor your reruns, then your marriage is a gift from the gods.
  366. The heart of the security agenda is protecting lives – and we now know that the number of people who will die of AIDS in the first decade of the 21st Century will rival the number that died in all the wars in all the decades of the 20th century.
  367. The heights of popularity and patriotism are still the beaten road to power and tyranny.
  368. The heptathlon world record is nice, but the decathlon is the event. I think the heptathlon is more like a practice. There is something completely different about the decathlon.
  369. The heresy of one age becomes the orthodoxy of the next.
  370. The heretic is always better dead. And mortal eyes cannot distinguish the saint from the heretic.
  371. The heyday of woman’s life is the shady side of fifty.
  372. The high destiny of the individual is to serve rather than to rule.
  373. The higher the level of people’s perceived self-efficacy, the wider the range of career options they seriously consider, the greater their interest in them, and the better they prepare themselves educationally for the occupational pursuits they choose.
  374. The higher the sun ariseth, the less shadow doth he cast; even so the greater is the goodness, the less doth it covet praise; yet cannot avoid its rewards in honours.
  375. The highest art is always the most religious, and the greatest artist is always a devout person.
  376. The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service. The greatest form of praise is the sound of consecrated feet seeking out the lost and helpless.
  377. The highest Hindu intellectual training was based on the practice of yoga, and produced, as its fruit, those marvellous philosophical systems, the six Darshanas and the Brahma Sutras, which are still the delight of scholars and the inspiration of occultists and mystics.
  378. The highest levels of performance come to people who are centered, intuitive, creative, and reflective – people who know to see a problem as an opportunity.
  379. The highest possible stage in moral culture is when we recognize that we ought to control our thoughts.
  380. The highest proof of the spirit is love. Love the eternal thing which can already on earth possess as it really is.
  381. The highest result of education is tolerance.
  382. The highest revelation is that God is in every man.
  383. The highest reward that God gives us for good work is the ability to do better work.
  384. The highlight of my career was being at the inaugural gala of Ronald Reagan, and I owe that to Mr. Sinatra.
  385. The hippies wanted peace and love. We wanted Ferraris, blondes and switchblades.
  386. The historical circumstance of interest is that the tropical rain forests have persisted over broad parts of the continents since their origins as stronghold of the flowering plants 150 million years ago.
  387. The history of American agriculture suggests that you can have transformation without a master plan, without knowing all the answers up front.
  388. The history of American democracy, to say the least, has been checkered. Our nation was founded at a time when people of African descent were held in bondage. After slavery was abolished, they were forced to endure legal discrimination for another 100 years.
  389. The history of free men is never really written by chance but by choice; their choice!
  390. The history of mankind is the instant between two strides taken by a traveler.
  391. The history of the past is but one long struggle upward to equality.
  392. The history of the world shows that peoples and societies do not have to pass through a fixed series of stages in the course of development.
  393. ‘The Hobbit’ was one of the first biggish books I ever read. I remember vividly the ‘riddles in the dark’ passage, and it meant a lot to me to finally get to play it after all these years.
  394. The Holocaust was an obscene period in our nation’s history. I mean in this century’s history. But we all lived in this century. I didn’t live in this century.
  395. The honor of a nation is its life.
  396. The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.
  397. The hope, the hope that lives in the breast of the black American, is just so tremendous that it overwhelms me sometimes.
  398. The horrific cases in Ferguson, in Staten Island with the death of Eric Garner, and all across the country serve as stark reminders that we must have a say in who polices us, and how that policing is done. We must, we must, let our voices be heard on Election Day.
  399. The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict.
  400. The house has to please everyone, contrary to the work of art which does not. The work is a private matter for the artist. The house is not.
  401. The house has to serve comfort. The work of art is revolutionary; the house is conservative.
  402. The house of delusions is cheap to build but drafty to live in.
  403. The hreflang tag is used to:
  404. The human being is a strange mixture of blind instinct, on one hand, and conscience, on the other.
  405. The human body has two ends on it: one to create with and one to sit on. Sometimes people get their ends reversed. When this happens they need a kick in the seat of the pants.
  406. The human body is constantly undergoing a process of decay and of reconstruction. First builded into the astral form in the womb of the mother, it is built up continually by the insetting of fresh materials. With every moment tiny molecules are passing away from it; with every moment tiny molecules are streaming into it.
  407. The human father has to be confronted and recognized as human, as man who created a child and then, by his absence, left the child fatherless and then Godless.
  408. The human foot has bones and muscles and can balance back and forth. If you step and you maybe make a little mistake, your foot can compensate. But if I step in the wrong spot, my foot isn’t going to compensate because it’s just one piece of carbon fiber.
  409. The human heart is the same the world over.
  410. The human juggernaut is permanently eroding Earth’s ancient biosphere.
  411. The human mind evolved to believe in the gods. It did not evolve to believe in biology.
  412. The human mind is our fundamental resource.
  413. The human race has improved everything, but the human race.
  414. The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.
  415. The human race is a race of cowards; and I am not only marching in that procession but carrying a banner.
  416. The human race may be the only intelligent beings in the galaxy.
  417. The human race will then become one family, and the world will be the dwelling of Rational Men.
  418. The human race’s prospects of survival were considerably better when we were defenceless against tigers than they are today when we have become defenceless against ourselves.
  419. The human voice can never reach the distance that is covered by the still small voice of conscience.
  420. The human wish to credit good things as miraculous and to charge bad things to another account is apparently universal.
  421. The humanists’ replacement for religion: work really hard and somehow you’ll either save yourself or you’ll be immortal. Of course, that’s a total joke, and our progress is nothing. There may be progress in technology but there’s no ethical progress whatsoever.
  422. The humanities have been forced to disguise, both from themselves and their students, why their subjects really matter, for the sake of attracting money and prestige in a world obsessed by the achievements of science.
  423. The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.
  424. The hungry judges soon the sentence sign, and wretches hang that jurymen may dine.
  425. The idea behind ‘Defending Your Life’: Imagine if you had to sit in a courtroom and watch your life. I don’t care who you are – if you committed a crime and you had to have all of your emails searched and made public, who on this planet could survive that? Nobody.
  426. The idea behind digital computers may be explained by saying that these machines are intended to carry out any operations which could be done by a human computer.
  427. The idea is that the object has a language unto itself.
  428. The idea is to write it so that people hear it and it slides through the brain and goes straight to the heart.
  429. The idea of 24-hour news, if you really step back, is pretty insane. Just even saying ’24-hour news’ almost has satire laced in it.
  430. The idea of a book that can make a change to your life, that can affect your perspective, is a beautiful and great ambition: one that Seneca, Nietzsche and Tolstoy would have sympathised with.
  431. The idea of a young girl who knows exactly what she wants with her life is the most threatening and unappealing thing you can imagine.
  432. The idea of an ordered and elegant universe is a lovely one. One worth clinging to. But you don’t need religion to appreciate the ordered existence. It’s not just an idea, it’s reality. We’re discovering the hidden orders of the universe every day.
  433. The idea of doing something that I’ve never done before, that presents a new challenge, that forces me to stretch in some way – that’s kind of a perfect project for me, and especially something that has greater social, conversational ramifications. I mean what more could you want?
  434. The idea of music is to liberate the listener and lead him to a frame where he feels he is elevated.
  435. The idea of personal salvation is intensely repugnant to me when it is not absurd. Imagine Roosevelt, the big brute, preserving his personality in a future state and swaggering about as a celestial Rough Rider!
  436. The idea of prosthetics is a tool. Most people’s cell phones are prosthetics. If you leave your cell phone at home, you feel impacted by not having it. It’s an important part of your daily function and what you can do in a day.
  437. The idea of recognising your strengths and using them in as versatile a way as you can is cool to me.
  438. The idea of reverence for God is transmitted from parent to child, it is educated into an abnormal development, and thus almost indefinitely strengthened, but yet it does appear to me that the bent to worship is an integral part of man’s nature.
  439. The idea of ‘talking white,’ a lot of people grew up around that, just the idea that if you speak with proper diction and come off as educated that it’s not black and that it’s actually anti-black and should be considered only something that white people would do.
  440. The idea of writing songs because you’re depressed and you need to communicate it somehow, that isn’t really true for me.
  441. The idea that Buddhism denies what is called in the West ‘individual immortality’ is a mistake, so far as the Buddhist scriptures are concerned.
  442. The idea that I can provide for my mother and play at the highest level in the world for football and compete against the best guys in the world – it’s a very exciting idea.
  443. The idea that if people are just friendly and demonstrate they want peace, that will be answered with good will – that is really naive.
  444. The idea that is not dangerous is not worthy of being called an idea at all.
  445. The idea that one might use art for ‘instrumental’ reasons tends to set off alarm bells at the heart of the cultural elite, who contend that it’s not a pill, that it shouldn’t be asked to perform some specific function, especially something as egocentric as to ‘cheer you up’ or to ‘make you a more empathetic person.’
  446. The idea that someone is going to write me, and I’m not going to answer – I was just raised not to do that. We are the result of our upbringing, and my upbringing was very much to meet obligations… You just didn’t let things go.
  447. The idea that talent is directly proportional to your trophy cabinet is one I oppose.
  448. The idea that the brain is not fully formed until you are almost 30 years old has already been introduced, and the Supreme Court already has based two rulings on it.
  449. The idea that to make a man work you’ve got to hold gold in front of his eyes is a growth, not an axiom. We’ve done that for so long that we’ve forgotten there’s any other way.
  450. The idea that we are going to be able to take our entire society as it currently works and simply change the source of energy and make it sustainable is not actually congruent with reality.
  451. The idea that you can merchandise candidates for high office like breakfast cereal – that you can gather votes like box tops – is, I think, the ultimate indignity to the democratic process.
  452. The idea that you encourage companies to take their innovative thinkers and think about the most needy – even beyond the market opportunities – that’s something that appropriately ought to be done.
  453. The idea there were kids out there who didn’t love to read and write just as much as I did struck me. So I went around schools and tried to make other kids love to read and write.
  454. The ideal attitude is to be physically loose and mentally tight.
  455. The ideal girl is driven, working on something other than modeling or being a singer.
  456. The ideal man bears the accidents of life with dignity and grace, making the best of circumstances.
  457. The ideal reasoner, he remarked, would, when he had once been shown a single fact in all its bearings, deduce from it not only all the chain of events which led up to it but also all the results which would follow from it.
  458. The ideal thing would be to have a 100 percent effective AIDS vaccine. And to have broad usage of that vaccine. That would literally break the epidemic.
  459. The ideas dictate everything, you have to be true to that or you’re dead.
  460. The ideas I stand for are not mine. I borrowed them from Socrates. I swiped them from Chesterfield. I stole them from Jesus. And I put them in a book. If you don’t like their rules, whose would you use?
  461. The ideas which led to the Analytical Engine occurred in a manner wholly independent of any that were connected with the Difference Engine. These ideas are indeed, in their own intrinsic nature, independent of the latter engine and might equally have occurred had it never existed nor even been thought of at all.
  462. The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.
  463. The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does not know how to learn.
  464. The image is one thing and the human being is another. It’s very hard to live up to an image, put it that way.
  465. The image of myself that I give on social media isn’t actually who I am; it’s not 100 percent me, obviously.
  466. The image of the band has always been something that’s evolved or changed with every record cycle that we’ve done. I think, in a lot of respects, that’s because we were so interested in having a visual representation for the music that we were making.
  467. The imagination imitates. It is the critical spirit that creates.
  468. The immediate future is going to be tragic for all of us unless we find a way of making the vast educational resources of this country serve the true purpose of education, truth and justice.
  469. The immense cities lie basking on the beaches of the continent like whales that have taken to the land.
  470. The immigration issue is, I recognize, one that generates a lot of passion, but it does not make sense for us to want to push talent out.
  471. The immortality of the soul is a matter which is of so great consequence to us and which touches us so profoundly that we must have lost all feeling to be indifferent about it.
  472. The immune system’s goal is to protect the body against invaders either from without, such as microbes, or from within, such as cancers and different types of neoplastic transformation.
  473. The importance of this success of Wipro has become manifold more, because it’s the success of Wipro that enables the possibility of making a difference to some of the most disadvantaged people in the world.
  474. The important thing about outsourcing or global sourcing is that it becomes a very powerful tool to leverage talent, improve productivity and reduce work cycles.
  475. The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.
  476. The important thing is that men should have a purpose in life. It should be something useful, something good.
  477. The impossible is always possible.
  478. The impossible often has a kind of integrity which the merely improbable lacks.
  479. The impulse to cruelty is, in many people, almost as violent as the impulse to sexual love – almost as violent and much more mischievous.
  480. The inaugural of Ronald Reagan, with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. And that was the greatest thing. Ronald Reagan and George Bush. That was – I still remember like it was yesterday.
  481. The incentive that you give to your youth is going to be the make-or-break future of the country.
  482. The income effects in an economy always sum to zero.
  483. The indestructible is one: it is each individual human being and, at the same time, it is common to all, hence the incomparably indivisible union that exists between human beings.
  484. The Indian community in Canada has integrated much better than the Indian community in United States. They’ve become really Canadian at the same time as keeping all their Indian characters and customs and social groups.
  485. The Indian knew how to live without wants, to suffer without complaint, and to die singing.
  486. The Indians on board said that thence to Cuba was a voyage in their canoes of a day and a half; these being small dug-outs without a sail. Such are their canoes. I departed thence for Cuba, for by the signs the Indians made of its greatness, and of its gold and pearls, I thought that it must be Cipango.
  487. The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
  488. The individual who can do something that the world wants done will, in the end, make his way regardless of his race.
  489. The industry is big, and if I get an interesting role, I will take it up.
  490. The industry’s changed so much that you can’t just design something, put on a great show, and say, ‘Okay, my job is done.’
  491. The ineffable joy of forgiving and being forgiven forms an ecstasy that might well arouse the envy of the gods.
  492. The infinite faith I have in people’s ability to understand anything that makes sense has always been justified, finally, by their behavior.
  493. The infinite vibratory levels, the dimensions of interconnectedness are without end. There is nothing independent. All beings and things are residents in your awareness.
  494. The infliction of cruelty with a good conscience is a delight to moralists. That is why they invented Hell.
  495. The influence of a mother upon the lives of her children cannot be measured. They know and absorb her example and attitudes when it comes to questions of honesty, temperance, kindness, and industry.
  496. The Information Highway intrigues me because I have always been a newshound; I have always been curious about why people believe what they believe.
  497. The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.
  498. The initial remarketing list size for video campaigns includes users from the past:
  499. The injuries we do and those we suffer are seldom weighed in the same scales.
  500. The inner world is very potent for me – I don’t ascribe to any God or Jesus or Buddha – I just have a sense of it and revere it along with the natural world and human consciousness.
  501. The innocence of childhood is like the innocence of a lot of animals.
  502. The innovative spirit was America’s strongest attribute, transforming everything into a brave new world, but there lingered an insecurity about the arts.
  503. The inquiry constantly is what will please, not what will benefit the people. In such a government there can be nothing but temporary expedient, fickleness, and folly.
  504. The institution of marriage works better when there’s a spiritual connection. If you’re marrying just for the sake of the woman, then you may lose interest in each other very soon. When we marry in the interest of the Holy Spirit with the intention of serving God and humanity, then it gives a much larger perspective.
  505. The institutions that we’ve built up over the years to protect our individual privacy rights from the government don’t apply to the private sector. The Fourth Amendment doesn’t apply to corporations. The Freedom of Information Act doesn’t apply to Silicon Valley. And you can’t impeach Google if it breaks its ‘Don’t be evil’ campaign pledge.
  506. The intelligent minority of this world will mark 1 January 2001 as the real beginning of the 21st century and the Third Millennium.
  507. The intention and outcome of vulnerability is trust, intimacy and connection. The outcome of oversharing is distrust, disconnection – and usually a little judgment.
  508. The intention to live as long as possible isn’t one of the mind’s best intentions, because quantity isn’t the same as quality.
  509. The interesting thing is that everyone in golf is just nice. You learn a lot about people playing golf: their integrity, how they play under pressure.
  510. The Internet carries the flag of being subversive and possibly rebellious and chaotic, nihilistic.
  511. The Internet didn’t get invented on its own. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet. The point is, is that when we succeed, we succeed because of our individual initiative, but also because we do things together.
  512. The Internet does not have a reputation as being a particularly civilized place.
  513. The Internet doesn’t change everything. It doesn’t change supply and demand.
  514. The Internet empowers individuals to play a more active role in the political process, as Obama’s campaign has manifested.
  515. The Internet enables us to share the ideas we have without having to create another hierarchy.
  516. The Internet has made some phenomenal breakthroughs that are still only poorly understood in terms of changing people’s ideas of us and them. If mass media, social isolation in the suburbs, alienating workplaces and long car commutes create a bunker mentality, the Internet does the opposite.
  517. The Internet, in general, I find troubling. The anonymity has made us all meaner and dumber. This thing that was supposed to bring us closer together, I see it doing the opposite.
  518. The internet is a wild land with its own games, languages and gestures through which we are starting to share common feelings.
  519. The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow.
  520. The Internet is for haters. Everyone wants to knock somebody down, but it’s cool.
  521. The Internet is just another experiment showing us more sides of us.
  522. The Internet is probably the most important technological advancement of my lifetime. Its strength lies in its open architecture and its ability to allow a framework where all voices can be heard.
  523. The Internet is the easiest thing to get into. To be an Internet retailer, you just get that URL.
  524. The Internet knows no national borders.
  525. The Internet made fame wack and anonymity cool.
  526. The intersection of law, politics, and technology is going to force a lot of good thinking.
  527. The intuition of the moral sentiment is an insight of the perfection of the laws of the soul. These laws execute themselves. They are out of time, out of space, and not subject to circumstance.
  528. The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common.
  529. The IP Exclusion tool allows advertisers to:
  530. The Iranians and Persians are excellent at the art of negotiation.
  531. The irony is of course that my career has lasted a whole lot longer than some of the people I’ve parodied over the years.
  532. The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it.
  533. The IRS should and must focus on the most important and most egregious and the most in need.
  534. The Islamists will try to spoil everything for everyone.
  535. The Israeli military plays more than a critical role in defending the citizens of the Jewish state. It also plays an important social, scientific and psychological role in preparing its young citizens for the challenging task of being Israelis in a difficult world.
  536. The issue is: how do you engage the audience? And one of the things I talk to our communicators about is: The outline is great; the stories are great. But how do you engage them? How do you make it feel like we are on a journey, not you are just up there giving me information.
  537. The issue is privacy. Why is the decision by a woman to sleep with a man she has just met in a bar a private one, and the decision to sleep with the same man for $100 subject to criminal penalties?
  538. The issue of prayer is not prayer; the issue of prayer is God.
  539. The Italians and Spanish, the Chinese and Vietnamese see food as part of a larger, more essential and pleasurable part of daily life. Not as an experience to be collected or bragged about – or as a ritual like filling up a car – but as something else that gives pleasure, like sex or music, or a good nap in the afternoon.
  540. The jazz I love is sweet and pure with raw elements, which is exactly what the good hip-hop is doing now.
  541. The Jewish people remember the dramatic vote in the U.N. Assembly on November 29, 1947, when representatives of the nations recognized our right to national revival in our historic homeland.
  542. The job is to ask questions-it always was-and to ask them as inexorably as I can. And to face the absence of precise answers with a certain humility.
  543. The job of nation building, the job of nation leadership in a difficult, complex coalition has worked.
  544. The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.
  545. The job of the government – and my responsibility – is to help people live healthier lives. The framework is about giving local authorities the ability to focus on the most effective ways to improve the public’s health and reduce health inequalities, long-term, from cradle to grave.
  546. The Jones Act is an important tool to maintain Northeast Florida’s domestic ship repair industry, which is so vital to our Navy and national security.
  547. The journalists have obviously failed to capture my innate magnetism, humour and charisma, and they all need to be fired from their newspapers right away.
  548. The journey of a thousand leagues begins with a single step. So we must never neglect any work of peace within our reach, however small.
  549. The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
  550. The joy and happiness it gives you or the emotions you go through when you hold your child in your arms for the first time are indescribable! I really thought that there was going be this moment when a ray of light from heaven would come pouring in, background music would start playing with angels singing, but none of that happens!
  551. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.
  552. The joy of life consists in the exercise of one’s energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal.
  553. The joys of parents are secret, and so are their grieves and fears.
  554. The judiciary in Burma is not independent. It’s widely known, everybody knows that.
  555. The judiciary must be strengthened and released from political interference.
  556. The just is close to the people’s heart, but the merciful is close to the heart of God.
  557. The key is a good story. If you have a good story, you have enough emotional beats that you can hit.
  558. The key is to be a personality outside of the ring and then bring that personality with you inside the ring.
  559. The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.
  560. The key is to vote because we need a vote to put the people in power that we want to represent us.
  561. The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.
  562. The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
  563. The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness.
  564. The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.
  565. The key to life is accepting challenges. Once someone stops doing this, he’s dead.
  566. The key to organizing an alternative society is to organize people around what they can do, and more importantly, what they want to do.
  567. The key to success is to focus our conscious mind on things we desire not things we fear.
  568. The kids are a big part of my schedule.
  569. The kids are old enough now – I just want to let them be kids. I don’t want to comment on them too much. They’re at an age where I just want to let them be kids.
  570. The kids that are different and out there and expressive and are bold with those choices, those are the people that grow up to be people we all want to hang out with, that become celebrities or become really successful in what they do because they believe in who they are.
  571. The kindest thing a director can do is look with open eyes at everything.
  572. The ‘kingdom of Heaven’ is a condition of the heart – not something that comes ‘upon the earth’ or ‘after death.’
  573. The kings of Spain brought us the conquistadores and masters, whose footprints remained in the circular land grants assigned to those searching for gold in the sands of rivers, an abusive and shameful form of exploitation, traces of which can be noted from the air in many places around the country.
  574. The kitchen’s a laboratory, and everything that happens there has to do with science. It’s biology, chemistry, physics. Yes, there’s history. Yes, there’s artistry. Yes, to all of that. But what happened there, what actually happens to the food is all science.
  575. The knack of flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.
  576. The knighthood was a tremendous honour, I don’t dismiss it. But I feel embarrassed by the flowery, theatrical stuff that goes with being an actor.
  577. The knowledge of God is very far from the love of Him.
  578. The Kobe craze really annoyed me. Most of the practitioners had no real understanding of the product and were abusing it and exploiting it in terrible and ridiculous ways. Kobe beef should not be used in a hamburger. It’s completely pointless.
  579. The Koch brothers, through the expenditure of billions of dollars and the creation and support of dozens of extreme right organizations, have taken fringe extremist ideas and made them mainstream within the Republican Party.
  580. The Koran shows every sign of being thrown together by human beings, as do all the other holy books.
  581. The L.A. weather is a lot like Taiwan’s, where you don’t observe four seasons, so the years can pass and you don’t feel a thing.
  582. The lack of money is the root of all evil.
  583. The ladder of success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunity.
  584. The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
  585. ‘The Lady’s World’ should be made the recognized organ for the expression of women’s opinions on all subjects of literature, art and modern life, and yet it should be a magazine that men could read with pleasure.
  586. The Laffer Curve, by the way, was not invented by me.
  587. The Laffer Curve illustrates the basic idea that changes in tax rates have two effects on tax revenues: the arithmetic effect and the economic effect.
  588. The land created me. I’m wild and lonesome. Even as I travel the cities, I’m more at home in the vacant lots.
  589. The language of all the interpretations, the translations, of the Judaic Bible and the Christian Bible, is musical, just wonderful. I read the Bible to myself; I’ll take any translation, any edition, and read it aloud, just to hear the language, hear the rhythm, and remind myself how beautiful English is.
  590. The language of excitement is at best picturesque merely. You must be calm before you can utter oracles.
  591. The language of friendship is not words but meanings.
  592. The larger the audience the better. The more pockets in the world, the more interesting and exciting because it just makes it that much more liberating. This makes it that much more liberating for the various facets of creativity to be explored.
  593. The last act is bloody, however pleasant all the rest of the play is: a little earth is thrown at last upon our head, and that is the end forever.
  594. The last day of your life is still going to be a day.
  595. ‘The Last Five Years,’ we sang almost everything live. When we’re in a convertible on the West Side Highway, there was no point – it’s not going to be usable sound. But any time we were indoors, we were singing live.
  596. The last proceeding of reason is to recognize that there is an infinity of things which are beyond it. There is nothing so conformable to reason as this disavowal of reason.
  597. The last thing I want is for people to go through the motions in life. We’re all meant to do different things, but there’s a lot of opportunity for us to do some great things.
  598. The last thing I want is to walk into my house after a long day and see all the Grammys and awards. It would make me feel weird.
  599. The last thing Israel is interested in is an escalation or some military action against Iran.
  600. The last thing you want to do is raise taxes in the middle of the recession because that would just suck up and take more demand out of the economy and put businesses in a further hole.
  601. The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion. That’s what most people lack, having the guts to go on and just say they’ll go through the pain no matter what happens.
  602. The last time I heard real screaming in the theatre was when I went to see a movie I did years ago, called ‘Wait Until Dark.’ Now, my mother was the least emotional person on the planet, but when I got killed in the movie, she stood up and screamed, ‘That’s my son!’ At Radio City Music Hall in New York!
  603. The last time I visited Qaddafi was in May of 2001, 15 years after Reagan attacked his rather modest residence where he took me to show me how it had been left.
  604. The late Christopher Hitchens had the professional contrarian’s fixation on attacking sacred cows, and rather soon after his cancer diagnosis, he became one himself.
  605. The late sixties and early seventies were kind of a breeding ground for exciting new sounds because easy listening and folk were kind of taking over the airwaves. I think it was a natural next step to take that blissful, easy-going sound and strangle the life out of it.
  606. The latest research has revealed that women have a higher IQ than men.
  607. The launch of phase 1 Ebola vaccine studies is a first step in developing a vaccine that could be licensed and used in the field to protect not only the front line health care workers but also those living in areas where Ebola virus exists.
  608. The law always limits every power it gives.
  609. The law courts must appear as a threatening gesture toward secret vice. The bank must declare: here your money is secure and well looked after by honest people.
  610. The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.
  611. The law is agnostic about truth. It’s very skeptical of ultimate truth. That’s why freedom of speech permits lies to be told.
  612. The law is agnostic about truth.
  613. The law is reason, free from passion.
  614. The Law of Gravity states that what comes up, must come down. That’s why I don’t invest in the Stock Market.
  615. The Law of Raspberry Jam: the wider any culture is spread, the thinner it gets.
  616. The law of sacrifice is uniform throughout the world. To be effective it demands the sacrifice of the bravest and the most spotless.
  617. The law will never make a man free; it is men who have got to make the law free.
  618. The laws of God, the laws of man he may keep that will and can; not I: let God and man decree laws for themselves and not for me.
  619. The lawyer’s truth is not Truth, but consistency or a consistent expediency.
  620. The leading rule for the lawyer, as for the man of every calling, is diligence.
  621. The learned is happy, nature to explore; The fool is happy, that he knows no more.
  622. The learning curve is ‘The Hobbit’ is being shot in 3D.
  623. The learning process is something you can incite, literally incite, like a riot.
  624. The least initial deviation from the truth is multiplied later a thousandfold.
  625. The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble.
  626. The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.
  627. The Left despises Texas, with its stellar record of job growth; Texas, with its strong support for traditional marriage and the sanctity of life; Texas, the root of the conservative tree. Should the Left succeed in its attempt to turn Texas purple, America could turn permanently blue.
  628. The Left masks its distaste for the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality in a straw man argument that Bible believers are violent bigots. They are not. Citing the Bible doesn’t make you a bigot against human beings – it makes you a bigot against sin, which is a good thing.
  629. The left paw has done me well over the years. I’m not a scientist, I’m a martial artist.
  630. The legacy of the Armenian Genocide is woven into the fabric of America.
  631. The legal right of the Southern people to reclaim their fugitives I have constantly admitted. The legal right of Congress to interfere with their institution in the states, I have constantly denied.
  632. The legislature’s job is to write law. It’s the executive branch’s job to interpret law.
  633. The legs that I have made are far more perfect than the ones nature would have given me – my mother’s side of the family have awful legs.
  634. The legwork is always hard. Really finding people that you think are good enough. Just the definition of what we have to do is finding good enough people that you really think are special.
  635. The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder.
  636. The less effort, the faster and more powerful you will be.
  637. The less men think, the more they talk.
  638. The less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice.
  639. The less you open your heart to others, the more your heart suffers.
  640. The lesson of 2008 is that ultimately our markets are driven by confidence.
  641. The lessons of history would suggest that civilisations move in cycles. You can track that back quite far – the Babylonians, the Sumerians, followed by the Egyptians, the Romans, China. We’re obviously in a very upward cycle right now, and hopefully that remains the case. But it may not.
  642. The lessons taught in great books are misleading. The commerce in life is rarely so simple and never so just.
  643. ‘The Levanter’ features some of the strongest action scenes to be found in Ambler – who can, in some of his fiction, stay in one place for a whole novel.
  644. The level of our success is limited only by our imagination and no act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.
  645. The liar’s punishment is not in the least that he is not believed, but that he cannot believe anyone else.
  646. The liberal psyche wants to protect minorities, to apologize for imperialism, colonialism, slavery, and the appalling treatment of black people during the civil rights movement. At the same time, they want to continue to defend the rights of individuals.
  647. The liberally educated person is one who is able to resist the easy and preferred answers, not because he is obstinate but because he knows others worthy of consideration.
  648. The liberation of Iraq was part of a broader effort to seriously confront the greatest threat to world security: rogue states capable of obtaining long range weapons of mass destruction.
  649. The library world is set up on this model where the library is a physical building and has a number of books and serves a geographical community.
  650. The lie is a condition of life.
  651. The lies of the empire and the treason of the quislings shall be defeated.
  652. The life of an uneducated man is as useless as the tail of a dog which neither covers its rear end, nor protects it from the bites of insects.
  653. The life of man is of no greater importance to the universe than that of an oyster.
  654. The life of the nation is secure only while the nation is honest, truthful, and virtuous.
  655. The life which men praise and regard as successful is but one kind. Why should we exaggerate any one kind at the expense of the others?
  656. The lifetime value of a client refers to:
  657. The light which puts out our eyes is darkness to us. Only that day dawns to which we are awake. There is more day to dawn. The sun is but a morning star.
  658. The limitation of riots, moral questions aside, is that they cannot win and their participants know it. Hence, rioting is not revolutionary but reactionary because it invites defeat. It involves an emotional catharsis, but it must be followed by a sense of futility.
  659. The limits of the possible can only be defined by going beyond them into the impossible.
  660. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.
  661. The Lincoln Memorial is related to the toga and the civilization that wore it.
  662. The line between failure and success is so fine that we scarcely know when we pass it: so fine that we are often on the line and do not know it.
  663. The line between what is right and what is wrong is thin and indistinct. It takes true character to discern between the two.
  664. The linkage between tax rates and public services is, if not non-existent, negative.
  665. ‘The Lion’ all began with a picture of a faun carrying an umbrella and parcels in a snowy wood. This picture had been in my mind since I was about sixteen. Then one day, when I was about forty, I said to myself, ‘Let’s try to make a story about it.’
  666. The lips of the wise are as the doors of a cabinet; no sooner are they opened, but treasures are poured out before thee.
  667. The list of companies that have added their own financial metrics is not a savory group.
  668. The little platoon of the black community is the church. Our Christian faith is based on individual freedom from sin and the personal decision to find spiritual liberty that leads to a better life here on Earth and for eternity. On Sundays in America, the most conservative people can be found in black churches.
  669. The little reed, bending to the force of the wind, soon stood upright again when the storm had passed over.
  670. The living nightmare for a red state NASCAR driver would be a gay French driver.
  671. The local community is very important in one’s life; the feelings of identification with a place and people.
  672. The Loire Valley is grossly underestimated. The prices are fair, and the wines are real.
  673. The loneliness you get by the sea is personal and alive. It doesn’t subdue you and make you feel abject. It’s stimulating loneliness.
  674. The long, dull, monotonous years of middle-aged prosperity or middle-aged adversity are excellent campaigning weather for the devil.
  675. The longer a man’s fame is likely to last, the longer it will be in coming.
  676. The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.
  677. The longer I look at something, the more my imagination churns and I can find somewhere to put it.
  678. The longer I spent time on ‘The Daily Show,’ standing in front of a green screen pretending to report from war zones and hot spots around the world – most often from somewhere in the Middle East – the more I began to realize that ‘The Daily Show’ was radicalizing me.
  679. The longer you work on something, the more you don’t really want to know what the world is going to tell you.
  680. ‘The Lorax’ book was intended to be propaganda.
  681. The Lord can give, and the Lord can take away. I might be herding sheep next year.
  682. The Lord gave us two ends – one to sit on and the other to think with. Success depends on which one we use the most.
  683. The Lord gets his best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction.
  684. The loss of a child is my greatest nightmare.
  685. The loss of life will be irreplaceable.
  686. The loss of young first love is so painful that it borders on the ludicrous.
  687. The love of beauty in its multiple forms is the noblest gift of the human cerebrum.
  688. The love of economy is the root of all virtue.
  689. The love of heaven makes one heavenly.
  690. The love of my life? I’m much too young to answer that question.
  691. The love of the family, the love of one person can heal. It heals the scars left by a larger society. A massive, powerful society.
  692. The love we give away is the only love we keep.
  693. The lower spreads mean lower costs for investors, because Nasdaq investors generally do not trade directly with one another. Instead, they usually buy and sell from market-makers, brokerage firms that flip shares between buyers and sellers and keep the spread for themselves.
  694. The lowest and vilest alleys of London do not present a more dreadful record of sin than does the smiling and beautiful countryside.
  695. The lucky person passes for a genius.
  696. The lunatic, the lover, and the poet, are of imagination all compact.
  697. The lust for comfort, that stealthy thing that enters the house a guest, and then becomes a host, and then a master.
  698. The machine does not isolate man from the great problems of nature but plunges him more deeply into them.
  699. The magical, supernatural force that is with us every second is time. We can’t even comprehend it. It’s such an illusion, it’s such a strange thing.
  700. The main business of a lawyer is to take the romance, the mystery, the irony, the ambiguity out of everything he touches.
  701. The main business of religions is to purify, control, and restrain that excessive and exclusive taste for well-being which men acquire in times of equality.
  702. The main difference between a cat and a lie is that a cat only has nine lives.
  703. The main difference between the Prague Spring and the Velvet Revolution was that the former was mostly the work of Communist party members and others who wanted to bring about ‘socialism with a human face.’
  704. The main factors in terms of how tiring a season can be are governed by the number of races and the length of time between the first and the last.
  705. The main goal of automatic cost-per-click (CPC) bidding is to
  706. The main goal of the future is to stop violence. The world is addicted to it.
  707. The main objective of our cinema is to entertain. If you can pass on a message at the same time, that is fantastic, but if the audience does not feel they are going to be entertained by the film, they are not going to watch it. There are many examples of very responsible and great films that are being made, but nobody goes to watch them.
  708. The main problem with writing in verse is, if your fourth line doesn’t come out right, you’ve got to throw four lines away and figure out a whole new way to attack the problem. So the mortality rate is terrific.
  709. The main purpose of life is to live rightly, think rightly, act rightly. The soul must languish when we give all our thought to the body.
  710. The main reason Santa is so jolly is because he knows where all the bad girls live.
  711. The main thing in measuring integrity is someone’s motive and intent, not how many records they sell. Our intent in Ministry was never to be big. We just wanted to make enough money to live and to buy a studio, which we have done in Austin.
  712. The main thing that I learned from my horrible job experiences was how horrible they were.
  713. The main thing that’s missing in energy is an incentive to create things that are zero-CO2-emitting and that have the right scale and reliability characteristics.
  714. The mainstream is always under attack.
  715. The mainstream media choose to flaunt story lines that make white America appear guilty of continued institutional racism, while black racism against whites is ignored as an acceptable disposition given our nation’s history.
  716. The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at and repair.
  717. The major poets of New Jersey have all suffered, whether it’s Whitman, who lost his job for ‘Leaves of Grass,’ or William Carlos Williams, who was called a communist, or Ginsberg, whose ‘Howl’ was prosecuted, or myself. If you practise poetry the way I think it needs to be done, you’re going to put yourself in jeopardy.
  718. The majority of consumers want ads customized to their:
  719. The majority of decisions in Europe are done by unanimity. That’s why it is important to be to have good relations with all parts.
  720. The majority of soldiers and officers of the Soviet Army and the allied armies treated the local population humanely.
  721. The majority of the time, they take air out of the football. I think that, for me, is a disadvantage.
  722. The majority see the obstacles; the few see the objectives; history records the successes of the latter, while oblivion is the reward of the former.
  723. The making of the Barack Obama franchise far exceeded the skill set of Washington’s best. In fact, the recipe for Mr. Obama’s global popularity can be attributed less to political minds and chance than to the enduring power of Hollywood.
  724. The malaria parasite has been killing children and sapping the strength of whole populations for tens of thousands of years. It is impossible to calculate the harm malaria has done to the world.
  725. The male, for all his bravado and exploration, is the loyal one, the one who generally feels love. The female is skilled at betrayal and torture and damnation.
  726. The mall tour was right off of my second record, before it came out. It was very different. I did an acoustic performance every day in a different mall! One interesting thing I remember is playing ‘My Happy Ending’ a lot, and that song was so new that I remember getting emotional.
  727. The man I adored, and miss him terribly, was Johnny Carson.
  728. The man never feels the want of what it never occurs to him to ask for.
  729. The man of genius inspires us with a boundless confidence in our own powers.
  730. The man of knowledge must be able not only to love his enemies but also to hate his friends.
  731. The man of science is a poor philosopher.
  732. The man that hath no music in himself, Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils.
  733. The man who acquires the ability to take full possession of his own mind may take possession of anything else to which he is justly entitled.
  734. The man who builds a factory builds a temple, that the man who works there worships there, and to each is due, not scorn and blame, but reverence and praise.
  735. The man who buried Malcolm X – my Muslim imam, priest – he, after I got beat up by police… came to me, and he said, ‘You don’t need this American name.’ And I was susceptible to it at the time because, God knows, I had just gotten whipped near to death. So he gave me an Arab name; he gave me the name Amir Barakat.
  736. The man who can centre his thoughts and hopes upon something transcending self can find a certain peace in the ordinary troubles of life, which is impossible to the pure egoist.
  737. The man who can dominate a London dinner-table can dominate the world.
  738. The man who could go to Africa and rob her of her children, and then sell them into interminable bondage, with no other motive than that which is furnished by dollars and cents, is so much worse than the most depraved murderer that he can never receive pardon at my hand.
  739. The man who does ill must suffer ill.
  740. The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them.
  741. The man who doesn’t want anything is invincible.
  742. The man who goes alone can start today; but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready.
  743. The man who has no imagination has no wings.
  744. The man who has no problems is out of the game.
  745. The man who in this world can keep the whiteness of his soul is not likely to lose it in any other.
  746. The man who is a pessimist before 48 knows too much; if he is an optimist after it, he knows too little.
  747. The man who is dissatisfied with himself, what can he do?
  748. The man who knows it can’t be done counts the risk, not the reward.
  749. The man who lets a leader prescribe his course is a wreck being towed to the scrap heap.
  750. The man who loves other countries as much as his own stands on a level with the man who loves other women as much as he loves his own wife.
  751. The man who promises everything is sure to fulfil nothing, and everyone who promises too much is in danger of using evil means in order to carry out his promises, and is already on the road to perdition.
  752. The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.
  753. The man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life.
  754. The man who writes about himself and his own time is the only man who writes about all people and about all time.
  755. The man whose authority is recent is always stern.
  756. The man with a toothache thinks everyone happy whose teeth are sound. The poverty-stricken man makes the same mistake about the rich man.
  757. The manic end of is a lot of fun.
  758. The mantra that you’re given in Transcendental Meditation you keep to yourself. The reason being, true happiness is not out there, true happiness lies within.
  759. The manual for WordStar, the most popular word-processing program, is 400 pages thick. To write a novel, you have to read a novel – one that reads like a mystery to most people. They’re not going to learn slash q-z any more than they’re going to learn Morse code. That is what Macintosh is all about.
  760. The march of the human mind is slow.
  761. The Marine Corps is some of the best acting training you could have. Having that responsibility for people’s lives, suddenly time becomes a really valuable commodity and you want to make the most of it. And for acting, you just have to do the work, just keep doing it.
  762. The Marine Corps is supposed to be the toughest and most rigorous of its class.
  763. The mark of all good art is not that the thing done is done exactly or finely, for machinery may do as much, but that it is worked out with the head and the workman’s heart.
  764. The market always, in theory at least, looks ahead. And it’s always trying to take in every bit of information that it can as quickly as it can. You don’t really care so much if the company made a dollar last year; you want to know what it’s going to make this year.
  765. The market controls everything, but the market has no heart.
  766. The markets want to force us to do certain things. That we won’t do. Politicians have to make sure that we’re unassailable, that we can make policy for the people.
  767. The martial music of every sideburned delinquent on the face of the earth.
  768. The martyr cannot be dishonored. Every lash inflicted is a tongue of fame; every prison a more illustrious abode.
  769. The martyr sacrifices themselves entirely in vain. Or rather not in vain; for they make the selfish more selfish, the lazy more lazy, the narrow narrower.
  770. The marvelous richness of human experience would lose something of rewarding joy if there were no limitations to overcome. The hilltop hour would not be half so wonderful if there were no dark valleys to traverse.
  771. The masculine energy was about survival. The male was the hunter who risked his life and had to be in the fight-flight mode.
  772. The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. What is called resignation is confirmed desperation.
  773. The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.
  774. The Matrix is top secret. There isn’t much that can be said right now.
  775. The maximum cost-per-click (CPC) bid is the:
  776. The meaning of life is anything you want it to be, because if something hasn’t got an answer how can you answer be wrong?
  777. The meaning of life is life.
  778. The meaning of things lies not in the things themselves, but in our attitude towards them.
  779. The Measurement Protocol is a standard set of rules for collecting and sending hits to Google Analytics. Using the Measurement Protocol you can
  780. The media lies to us all the time, and we always believe the media.
  781. The media need superheroes in science just as in every sphere of life, but there is really a continuous range of abilities with no clear dividing line.
  782. The mediation by the serpent was necessary. Evil can seduce man, but cannot become man.
  783. The Medicare Part D prescription drug bill, which might be the most corrupt piece of legislation in history, was a huge giveaway of taxpayer funds to the big pharmaceutical companies.
  784. The Mediterranean is in my DNA. I’m fine inland for about a week, but then I yearn for a limitless view of the sea, for the colours and smells of the Italian and French Riviera.
  785. The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.
  786. The megalomaniac differs from the narcissist by the fact that he wishes to be powerful rather than charming, and seeks to be feared rather than loved. To this type belong many lunatics and most of the great men of history.
  787. The memory of my own suffering has prevented me from ever shadowing one young soul with the superstition of the Christian religion.
  788. The memory of the Second World War hangs over Europe, an inescapable and irresistible point of reference. Historical parallels are usually misleading and dangerous.
  789. The men and women of Afghanistan are building a nation that is free, and proud, and fighting terror – and America is honored to be their friend.
  790. The men I idolized built their bodies and became somebody – like Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger – and I thought, ‘That can be me.’ So I started working out. The funny thing is I didn’t realize back then that I was having a defining moment.
  791. The men who followed Him were unique in their generation. They turned the world upside down because their hearts had been turned right side up. The world has never been the same.
  792. The men who have succeeded are men who have chosen one line and stuck to it.
  793. The men who learn endurance, are they who call the whole world, brother.
  794. The mental body, like the astral, varies much in different people; it is composed of coarser or of finer matter, according to the needs of the more or less unfolded consciousness connected with it. In the educated it is active and well-defined; in the undeveloped it is cloudy and inchoate.
  795. The mental is more important than the physical. You know, that voice in your head telling you to give up if it gets tough. That’s my main opponent – making sure that if your body wants to stop, your mind won’t let you.
  796. The mere thought hadn’t even begun to speculate about the merest possibility of crossing my mind.
  797. The message is that I was reminding myself and informing others of the fact that God has always been good to me. No matter what you’re going through, God is always with us. Life is a journey.
  798. The meta description can help to:
  799. The Meta keywords tag can be used to increase the relevancy of keywords and improve rankings.
  800. The meta keywords tag is used by Google as a ranking signal.
  801. The method of nature: who could ever analyze it?
  802. The Mets have shown me more ways to lose than I even knew existed.
  803. The microprocessor is a miracle.
  804. The middle class is teetering on the brink of collapse just as surely as AIG was in the fall of 2009 – only this time, it’s not just one giant insurance company (and its banking counterparties) facing disaster, it’s tens of millions of hardworking Americans who played by the rules.
  805. The Middle East has the highest unemployment percentage of any region in the world we have the largest youth cohort of history coming into the market place that frustration does translate into the political sphere when people are hungry and without jobs.
  806. The Middle East is obviously an issue that has plagued the region for centuries.
  807. The military community in particular, I think, could always be more supported, especially people who are being processed out of the military and trying to readjust to being civilians.
  808. The Milky Way is nothing else but a mass of innumerable stars planted together in clusters.
  809. The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. Used wrongly, however, it becomes very destructive. To put it more accurately… you usually don’t use it at all. It uses you.
  810. The mind is everything. What you think you become.
  811. The mind is the limit. As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you can do it, as long as you really believe 100 percent.
  812. The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominant thoughts.
  813. The mind of the writer does indeed do something before it dies, and so does its owner, but I would be hard put to call it living.
  814. The minimum wage can play a vital role in lifting hard-working families above the poverty line.
  815. The minimum wage in Denmark is about twice that of the United States, and people who are totally out of the labor market or unable to care for themselves have a basic income guarantee of about $100 per day.
  816. The minimum wage is the black teenage unemployment act. It is the guaranteed way of holding the poor, the minorities and the disenfranchised out of the mainstream is if you price their original services too high.
  817. The Minnesotans I talk to are really concerned about what the future holds for their families. They’re trying to pay for health care and send their kids to college, they’re worried about declining home values, they’re scared for a loved one they have serving in Iraq.
  818. The minority is sometimes right; the majority always wrong.
  819. The minute you got the Nobel Peace Prize, things that I said yesterday, with nobody paying too much attention, I say the same things after I got it – oh! It was quite crucial for people, and it helped our morale because apartheid did look invincible.
  820. The minute you step off that podium is the minute you start preparing for the next world championship. That’s kind of how I work. You celebrate for a brief moment, then you move on.
  821. The minute you step onstage, you get eight feet taller.
  822. The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it.
  823. The misconception that aid falls straight into the hands of dictators largely stems from the Cold War era.
  824. The Misfits skull was my second tattoo, and the Danzig was my third.
  825. The missing link in cosmology is the nature of dark matter and dark energy.
  826. The mixed martial arts way of life will give you focus.
  827. The mob is the mother of tyrants.
  828. The Mobile App Analytics Acquisition reports give you data about:
  829. The Mobile App Analytics Behavior reports give you data about:
  830. The mobile video Masthead is a homepage ad similar to the desktop video Masthead and will appear on the homepage of all of the YouTube mobile and tablet properties, including _____.
  831. The modern mind is in complete disarray. Knowledge has stretched itself to the point where neither the world nor our intelligence can find any foot-hold. It is a fact that we are suffering from nihilism.
  832. The modern world thinks of art as very important: something close to the meaning of life.
  833. The modes of expression of men of genius differ as much as their souls, and it is impossible to say that in some among them, drawing and color are better or worse than in others.
  834. The moment a large investor doesn’t believe a government will pay back its debt when it says it will, a crisis of confidence could develop. Investors have scant patience for the years of good governance – politically fraught fiscal restructuring, austerity and debt rescheduling – it takes to defuse a sovereign-debt crisis.
  835. The moment a person forms a theory, his imagination sees in every object only the traits which favor that theory.
  836. The moment someone asks you to do something you don’t have the time or inclination to do is fraught with vulnerability.
  837. The moment the doctor said he wanted to do a biopsy, in my heart I thought I’d probably got it. But I also know a lot of people who have also had prostate cancer, so I had a reasonably good idea what to expect.
  838. The moment there is suspicion about a person’s motives, everything he does becomes tainted.
  839. The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer flow into our souls.
  840. The moment we want to believe something, we suddenly see all the arguments for it, and become blind to the arguments against it.
  841. The moment you have a child, in an instant your life is not for you, and your life is completely, 100 percent dedicated to another human being, and they will always come first. It changes you forever. It changes your perspective, and it gives you a nice purpose and focus.
  842. The moment you think you understand a great work of art, it’s dead for you.
  843. The moment you’re born you’re done for.
  844. The momentous thing in human life is the art of winning the soul to good or evil.
  845. The momentum of freedom in our world is unmistakable – and it is not carried forward by our power alone. We can trust in that greater power Who guides the unfolding of the years. And in all that is to come, we can know that His purposes are just and true.
  846. The Monaco Grand Prix is in May right around the time of Cannes.
  847. The monarchy that I hand over to my son is not going to be the same one that I have inherited.
  848. The money that we make from the company goes into The Body Shop Foundation, which isn’t one of those awful tax shelters like some in America. It just functions to take the money and give it away.
  849. The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.
  850. The moonshot for Google Glass is to harmonize the physical and digital worlds. It is specifically to find a way to help people be naturally, elegantly situated, physical and digitally, at the same time.
  851. The moral arc of the universe bends at the elbow of justice.
  852. The moral systems of religion, I think, are super important.
  853. The moral values I’ve learnt in my life I’ve learnt through football.
  854. The moral virtues, then, are produced in us neither by nature nor against nature. Nature, indeed, prepares in us the ground for their reception, but their complete formation is the product of habit.
  855. The moralist is the person who tells people that they ought to be unselfish, when they still feel like egos, and his efforts are always and invariably futile.
  856. The ‘morality of compromise’ sounds contradictory. Compromise is usually a sign of weakness, or an admission of defeat. Strong men don’t compromise, it is said, and principles should never be compromised.
  857. The more cats you have, the longer you live. If you have a hundred cats, you’ll live 10 times longer than if you have 10. Someday this will be discovered, and people will have a thousand cats and live forever. It’s truly ridiculous.
  858. The more complete the despotism, the more smoothly all things move on the surface.
  859. The more credit you give away, the more will come back to you. The more you help others, the more they will want to help you.
  860. The more dollars the studio producers put in, the less freedom we have. If the budget hits $100m, they get scared – they’ll take the existing score of a successful movie and expect composers to copy it, like wallpaper. The biggest challenge for any composer in Hollywood is to be as creative as possible within those boundaries.
  861. The more easily digestible and refined the carbohydrates, the greater the effect on our health, weight and well-being.
  862. The more extensive a man’s knowledge of what has been done, the greater will be his power of knowing what to do.
  863. The more I compose, the more I know that I don’t know it all. I think it’s a good way to start. If you think you know it all, the work becomes a repetition of what you’ve already done. I try to make sure that I don’t repeat my music.
  864. The more I practice the luckier I get.
  865. The more I see of the representatives of the people, the more I admire my dogs.
  866. The more I see the less I know for sure.
  867. The more I support with my economic plans the building of a middle class, the quicker they’re going to turn around and say, ‘Hey, we want a bigger say in things.’ So, I knew what I was getting into right at the beginning. It’s the right thing to do.
  868. The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment.
  869. The more knowledge you have, the greater will be your fear of Allah.
  870. The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and robbers there will be.
  871. The more man meditates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world and the world at large.
  872. The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be one’s appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship.
  873. The more original a discovery, the more obvious it seems afterwards.
  874. The more pages a website has indexed in Google, the better.
  875. The more people have, the less content they seem to be. In America, the cultural expectation that we’re to be happy all the time and our children are to be happy all the time is toxic, and I think that really gets in the way of emotional well-being.
  876. The more people smoke herb, the more Babylon fall.
  877. The more people who come forward and talk about how much they love gaming, how much they talk about individuality and diversity, the more gamers of color that come out and gay gamers that come out and everybody talking about what they love – that’s what the community has in common: a love of gaming.
  878. The more perfect a thing is, the more susceptible to good and bad treatment it is.
  879. The more powerful and original a mind, the more it will incline towards the religion of solitude.
  880. The more refined one is, the more unhappy.
  881. The more research you do, the more at ease you are in the world you’re writing about. It doesn’t encumber you, it makes you free.
  882. The more successful I become, the more I need a man.
  883. The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture.
  884. The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
  885. The more they applaud, the bigger your salary will be.
  886. The more things are forbidden, the more popular they become.
  887. The more time you invest in a marriage, the more valuable it becomes.
  888. The more unintelligent a man is, the less mysterious existence seems to him.
  889. The more vulnerable and the more confused the song is, the equal and opposite effect is how I feel after having written it.
  890. The more we refuse to buy into our inner critics – and our external ones too – the easier it will get to have confidence in our choices, and to feel comfortable with who we are – as women and as mothers.
  891. The more we’re governed by idiots and have no control over our destinies, the more we need to tell stories to each other about who we are, why we are, where we come from, and what might be possible. Or, what’s impossible? What’s a fantasy?
  892. The more you are blessed with experience, the fuller and the more enriched you are in your craft.
  893. The more you are talked about the less powerful you are.
  894. The more you do, the more attrition you experience.
  895. The more you explain it, the more I don’t understand it.
  896. The more you get into any religion, it becomes the same. It really becomes how you treat other people and how you get outside yourself. How you look to help other people, and how you get out of this ‘I, me, mine’ type of thing.
  897. The more you go on, the less you need people standing between you and the animal and the camera waving their arms about.
  898. The more you know of your history, the more liberated you are.
  899. The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique.
  900. The more you live in the present moment, the more the fear of death disappears.
  901. The more you own, the more you know you don’t own.
  902. The more you play baseball, the less depends on your athletic ability. It’s a mental war more than anything.
  903. The more you seek security, the less of it you have. But the more you seek opportunity, the more likely it is that you will achieve the security that you desire.
  904. The more you seek the uncomfortable, the more you will become comfortable.
  905. The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle.
  906. The more you think, the more you ruin things. Art has to come viscerally; otherwise, forget it.
  907. The mosque was the neighbourhood house of worship, but it was also the place where my high school friends and I came to study.
  908. The most amazing philanthropists are people who are actually making a significant sacrifice.
  909. The most amazing thing is being onstage and watching the audience sing every song lyric for lyric.
  910. The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.
  911. The most beautiful things are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don’t celebrate those, they can pass you by.
  912. The most beautiful things are those that madness prompts and reason writes.
  913. The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.
  914. The most classic French dessert around the holidays is the Christmas log, with butter cream. Two flavors. Chocolate and coconut. My first job in the kitchen when I was a boy was to make these Christmas logs.
  915. The most climate friendly trip we are ever going to take is the trip we never had to take because we were close to what we wanted.
  916. The most common lie is that which one lies to himself; lying to others is relatively an exception.
  917. The most common objection that I hear to walking as exercise is that it’s too easy, that only sweaty, strenuous activity offers real benefits. But there is abundant evidence that regular, brisk walking is associated with better health, including lower blood pressure, better moods and improved cholesterol ratios.
  918. The most common reason new mothers return to work sooner than they’d like to is because they can’t afford to go without their salaries any longer.
  919. The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.
  920. The most compelling reason for most people to buy a computer for the home will be to link it to a nationwide communications network. We’re just in the beginning stages of what will be a truly remarkable breakthrough for most people – as remarkable as the telephone
  921. The most confounding thing of all is that we still haven’t identified the cause of 20% to 30% of adult common colds.
  922. The most consistent musical experience I had growing up was church music.
  923. The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.
  924. The most dangerous part of the race is early evening and especially early morning. It’s the twilight zone. Either you’re going into darkness and the sun is dropping down, or you’re coming out of the darkness and the sun is coming up. At the same time, you’ve got new drivers coming in and feeling their way around the circuit.
  925. The most decisive actions of life are most often unconsidered actions.
  926. The most difficult and complicated part of the writing process is the beginning.
  927. The most difficult crime to track is the one which is purposeless.
  928. The most difficult novel I have had to write in terms of just getting it done was The Vampire Lestat. It took a year to write.
  929. The most difficult problems are naturally not involved in the search for forms for contemporary life. It is a question of working our way to forms behind which real human values lie.
  930. The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward.
  931. The most distinguishing element of my novels is that I try as hard as I can – within the context of a popular commercial thriller – to make them feel authentic. Drawing on real locations and real events is part of that authenticity.
  932. The most distressing thing that can happen to a prophet is to be proved wrong. The next most distressing thing is to be proved right.
  933. The most effective way to control the number of times someone sees an ad is by:
  934. The most effective way to do it, is to do it.
  935. The most efficient way to live reasonably is every morning to make a plan of one’s day and every night to examine the results obtained.
  936. The most eloquent prayer is the prayer through hands that heal and bless.
  937. The most exciting attractions are between two opposites that never meet.
  938. The most exciting thing is not doing it. If you fall in love with someone and never do it, it’s much more exciting.
  939. The most exhausting thing in life is being insincere.
  940. The most extraordinary thing about trying to piece together the missing links in the evolutionary story is that when you do find a missing link and put it in the story, you suddenly need all these other missing links to connect to the new discovery. The gaps and questions actually increase – it’s extraordinary.
  941. The most formative time of our lives are the years between birth and age 21, when we explore who we are and learn from those who surround us.
  942. The most generous part of your philanthropy could be the time you put in to procure the same results and same outcomes and same returns you demand in business.
  943. The most gifted natures are perhaps also the most trembling.
  944. The most heinous shift in American films is that they reinforce good things like ‘couples’ and ‘relationships.’
  945. The most I can do for my friend is simply be his friend.
  946. The most impactful comics that I’ve read are the ones where the artists swung for the bleachers and tried to immerse you in their world.
  947. The most impactful dollars that Australia can spend are actually what goes to help the poorest.
  948. The most important basis of any novel is wanting to be someone else, and this means creating a character.
  949. The most important educational vehicle in all life is a parent figure.
  950. The most important function of the university in an age of reason is to protect reason from itself.
  951. The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask.
  952. The most important lesson that I have learned is to trust God in every circumstance. Lots of times we go through different trials and following God’s plan seems like it doesn’t make any sense at all. God is always in control and he will never leave us.
  953. The most important of all revolutions, a revolution in sentiments, manners and moral opinions.
  954. The most important part of the body is the brain. Of my face, I like the eyebrows and eyes. Aside from that, I like nothing. My head is too small.
  955. The most important practical lesson that can be given to nurses is to teach them what to observe – how to observe – what symptoms indicate improvement – what the reverse – which are of importance – which are of none – which are the evidence of neglect – and of what kind of neglect.
  956. The most important quality in a leader is that of being acknowledged as such. All leaders whose fitness is questioned are clearly lacking in force.
  957. The most important question in the world is, ‘Why is the child crying?’
  958. The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.
  959. The most important thing I can tell you about aging is this: If you really feel that you want to have an off-the-shoulder blouse and some big beads and thong sandals and a dirndl skirt and a magnolia in your hair, do it. Even if you’re wrinkled.
  960. The most important thing is that sometimes you have to go through hard times to get to the good stuff.
  961. The most important thing is that you honor that musical integrity, whether you make music that sounds like ABBA or you make music that sounds like Void.
  962. The most important thing is to enjoy your life – to be happy – it’s all that matters.
  963. The most important thing is to get better at your craft, and concussions and head impacts are a setback.
  964. The most important thing you can do is make the distinction between customer service and guest hospitality. You need both things to thrive, but they are completely different.
  965. The most important things in life aren’t things.
  966. The most important things to say are those which often I did not think necessary for me to say – because they were too obvious.
  967. The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible.
  968. The most influential thing was the two Chris Rock specials that came out when I was in high school. I was obsessed with that stuff.
  969. The most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed. It is just these intense conflicts and their conflagration which are needed to produce valuable and lasting results.
  970. The most interesting biofuel efforts avoid using land that’s expensive and has high opportunity costs. They do this by getting onto other types of land, or taking advantage of byproducts that aren’t used in the food chain today, or by intercropping.
  971. The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop.
  972. The most loving parents and relatives commit murder with smiles on their faces. They force us to destroy the person we really are: a subtle kind of murder.
  973. The most mysterious feminine factor, the existence that we men, we don’t know. It’s woman. It’s feminine. That’s what the sword is about. That’s the symbolic meaning of the sword.
  974. The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight, but has no vision.
  975. The most peaceable way for you, if you do take a thief, is, to let him show himself what he is and steal out of your company.
  976. The most perfect political community is one in which the middle class is in control, and outnumbers both of the other classes.
  977. The most persistent sound which reverberates through man’s history is the beating of war drums.
  978. The most pitiful among men is he who turns his dreams into silver and gold.
  979. The most positive men are the most credulous.
  980. The most practical kind of politics is the politics of decency.
  981. The most pressing ethical question is to make sure that everything you do from a scientific standpoint is done for the ultimate good and positive issue for the people that you’re caring about.
  982. The most rewarding things you do in life are often the ones that look like they cannot be done.
  983. The most savage controversies are about matters as to which there is no good evidence either way.
  984. The most shocking fact about war is that its victims and its instruments are individual human beings, and that these individual beings are condemned by the monstrous conventions of politics to murder or be murdered in quarrels not their own.
  985. The most successful hyperpowers are the ones where there was actual intermixing. Tang dynasty China was China’s golden age, and contrary to what I was told when I was growing up, Tang China was founded by a man who by today’s standards was no more than half Chinese. It was a mixed-blood dynasty that pulled in ‘barbarians’ from the steppe.
  986. The most successful men in the end are those whose success is the result of steady accretion.
  987. The most successful politician is he who says what the people are thinking most often in the loudest voice.
  988. The most successful war seldom pays for its losses.
  989. The most terrible job in warfare is to be a second lieutenant leading a platoon when you are on the battlefield.
  990. The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.
  991. The most valuable blacks are those in prison, those who have the warrior spirit, who had a sense of being African. They got for their women and children what they needed when all other avenues were closed to them.
  992. The most valuable of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it has to be done, whether you like it or not.
  993. The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.
  994. The most widely criticised singers in the history of opera, Maria Callas and Franco Corelli, happen also to be the best singers. I am honoured for being part of their group.
  995. The most you play a character in the theater is, like, a couple months, and then you put it away.
  996. The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization.
  997. The mother of a family should look upon her housekeeping and the planning of meals as a scientific occupation.
  998. The movement for the environment really only started in the mid 1970’s.
  999. The movie industry can be tricky and occasionally creepy, and I have this sense that the music industry is just shady as hell. I don’t want to be a part of it.
  1000. The mullahs of the Islamic world and the mullahs of the Hindu world and the mullahs of the Christian world are all on the same side. And we are against them all.

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