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  1. The true credit for our safety and security goes to our men and women who are serving in places like Iraq and Afghanistan in the global war on terrorism.
  2. The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedience, and by parts.
  3. The true exercise of freedom is – cannily and wisely and with grace – to move inside what space confines – and not seek to know what lies beyond and cannot be touched or tasted.
  4. The true genius shudders at incompleteness – and usually prefers silence to saying something which is not everything it should be.
  5. The true history of my administration will be written 50 years from now, and you and I will not be around to see it.
  6. The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything.
  7. The true measure of a career is to be able to be content, even proud, that you succeeded through your own endeavors without leaving a trail of casualties in your wake.
  8. The true measure of the value of any business leader and manager is performance.
  9. The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.
  10. The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.
  11. The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics as surely as poetry.
  12. The true worth of a man is not to be found in man himself, but in the colours and textures that come alive in others.
  13. The truest form of any form of revolutionary Left, whatever you want to call it, was Jack Kerouac, E.E. Cummings, & Ginsberg’s period. Excuse me, but that’s where it was at.
  14. The Trump name is now going to mean something else.
  15. The truth is – and this is corny – I fall more in love with Portia all the time. I really do. She surprises me all the time.
  16. The truth is: Belonging starts with self-acceptance. Your level of belonging, in fact, can never be greater than your level of self-acceptance, because believing that you’re enough is what gives you the courage to be authentic, vulnerable and imperfect.
  17. The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for.
  18. The truth is, hardly any of us have ethical energy enough for more than one really inflexible point of honor.
  19. The truth is I love being alive. And I love feeling free. So if I can’t have those things then I feel like a caged animal and I’d rather not be in a cage. I’d rather be dead. And it’s real simple. And I think it’s not that uncommon.
  20. The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.
  21. The truth is, I’ve been on a team my whole life. I’m the youngest of 7, so I’ve been training to be an athlete my whole life.
  22. The truth is, I’ve never fooled anyone. I’ve let men sometimes fool themselves.
  23. The truth is more important than the facts.
  24. The truth is, no one of us can be free until everybody is free.
  25. The truth is not for all men, but only for those who seek it.
  26. The truth is not wonderful enough to suit the newspapers; so they enlarge upon it, and invent ridiculous embellishments.
  27. The truth is of course is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time.
  28. The truth is often a terrible weapon of aggression. It is possible to lie, and even to murder, with the truth.
  29. The truth is rarely pure and never simple.
  30. The truth is that humans have the potential to be horrific. And I think being conscious of that is important.
  31. The truth is that I’m an idiot. I am. I don’t do things by the rules sometimes. I say things that I probably shouldn’t say. I push buttons. I deserve to be made fun of. And I feel like, as soon as you can make fun of something, it instantly removes the fear.
  32. The truth is that life is delicious, horrible, charming, frightful, sweet, bitter, and that is everything.
  33. The truth is that parents are not really interested in justice. They just want quiet.
  34. The truth is, there’s an information blockade in America, and it must be broken. In order to find crucial facts, numbers and outside perspectives, a person must spend an hour searching and cross-searching on the computer.
  35. The truth is you don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride, and nothing is guaranteed.
  36. The truth is, you know, we need our anodynes. You know that word, anodynes? We need that in life some times. A good warm bath can be one for you, or a whatever.
  37. The truth of Moore’s law has made remarkable things possible. On the software side, I think natural user interfaces in all their forms are equally significant.
  38. The truth of the matter of is that stimulus money not only doesn’t stimulate; it actually reduces output.
  39. The truthful man is usually a liar.
  40. The tubular steel chair is surely rational from technical and constructive points of view. It is light, suitable for mass production, and so on. But steel and chromium surfaces are not satisfactory from the human point of view.
  41. The turnover of fashion is just so quick and so throwaway, and I think that is a big part of the problem. There is no longevity.
  42. The two are not mutually exclusive, but we think we can have wealth without good ideas and without values and without a clear vision. Wealth without vision is insanity.
  43. The two enemies of human happiness are pain and boredom.
  44. The two major challenges for the 21st century are to improve the economic situation of the majority and save as much of the planet as we can.
  45. The two most joyous times of the year are Christmas morning and the end of school.
  46. The two powers which in my opinion constitute a wise man are those of bearing and forbearing.
  47. The two things I hear wherever I go, literally walking down the street, through airports, or in restaurants – it is either ‘You raised me,’ or ‘Fellow Canadian.’ Not even a paraphrase – those are the exact remarks.
  48. The two types of conversions for YouTube on mobile are:
  49. The type of cartooning that I think is generally referred to as ‘alternative’ or ‘underground’ is usually – the distinction is usually in terms of whether it’s made by one person, the entire thing is done by one hand or more of a production line process, which is how the comics that we grew up reading were made.
  50. The typewriting machine, when played with expression, is no more annoying than the piano when played by a sister or near relation.
  51. The typical project design time for a large company like IBM – and they keep track of this – is a little over four years.
  52. The typical workday, particularly in startup mode, is from nine to six or nine to seven, then you take a two-hour break to work out and eat dinner. By that time, you’re relaxed, and then you work until midnight or one A.M. If there was no break with physical activity, you’d be more tired and less alert.
  53. The tyranny of a multitude is a multiplied tyranny.
  54. The tyranny of a prince in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy.
  55. The tyrant has fallen, and Iraq is free.
  56. The U.K. and the U.S. are quite similar in that they have high-productivity, English-speaking workforces who don’t mind working long hours. Working in those countries is not a problem.
  57. The U.N.’s current projection is that humanity will number 9.3 billion individuals in 2050 and then hit 10.1 billion by 2100. Meanwhile, our energy resources are dwindling, and droughts threaten our food supplies.
  58. The U.S. automotive industry has been selling cars the same way for over 100 years, and there are many laws in place to govern exactly how that is to be accomplished.
  59. The U.S. can still maintain research institutions, such as Caltech, that are the envy of the world, yet it would be hubristic and naive to think that this position is sustainable without investing in science education and basic research.
  60. The U. S. Constitution doesn’t guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up with it yourself.
  61. The U.S. constitution is an extraordinary document. In my view, it should not be amended often.
  62. The U.S. couldn’t even get rid of Saddam Hussein. And we all know that the EU is just a passing fad. They’ll be killing each other again in less than a year. I’m sick to death of all these fascist lawsuits.
  63. The U.S. immigration laws are bad – really, really bad. I’d say treatment of immigrants is one of the greatest injustices done in our government’s name.
  64. The U.S. is a complex country. It has a high predominance of immigrants who have been eminently successful.
  65. The U.S. military was segregated ’til the Korean War, and the blacks in World War Two were totally segregated.
  66. The U.S.S.R. had absolutely nothing to do with the triumph of the Cuban Revolution.
  67. The ultimate authority must always rest with the individual’s own reason and critical analysis.
  68. The ultimate goal of the architect…is to create a paradise. Every house, every product of architecture… should be a fruit of our endeavour to build an earthly paradise for people.
  69. The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
  70. The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.
  71. The ultimate value of life depends upon awareness and the power of contemplation rather than upon mere survival.
  72. The uncertainty of parenting can bring up feelings in us that range from frustration to terror.
  73. The unconscious mind has a habit of asserting itself in the afternoon.
  74. The undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns.
  75. The unforgivable crime is soft hitting. Do not hit at all if it can be avoided; but never hit softly.
  76. The unhappy derive comfort from the misfortunes of others.
  77. The unique goal of advertising is to enhance sales.
  78. The United States and our allies are determined: we refuse to live in the shadow of this ultimate danger.
  79. The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that. So there is zero probability of default.
  80. The United States cannot live with terror.
  81. The United States government has the obligation to educate all young people in this country.
  82. The United States has been enriched by Muslim Americans. Many other Americans have Muslims in their families or have lived in a Muslim-majority country – I know, because I am one of them.
  83. The United States has got to adopt a policy of befriending and creating allies around the world.
  84. The United States has made serious mistakes in the conduct of its foreign affairs, which have had unfortunate repercussions long after the decisions were taken.
  85. The United States has to move very fast to even stand still.
  86. The United States is a nation located in the global economy, and we get enormous, enormous benefits from dealing with foreigners.
  87. The United States is definitely ahead in culture of innovation. If someone wants to accomplish great things, there is no better place than the U.S.
  88. The United States is not, and never will be, at war with Islam.
  89. The United States is not stingy. We are the greatest contributor to international relief efforts in the world.
  90. The United States is supplying the most modern and sophisticated weaponry to Israel to the tune of billions of dollars every year.
  91. The United States is the ultimate land of optimistic promise, but it also gave birth to quintessentially pessimistic tragedy: ‘Moby-Dick.’
  92. The United States isn’t a dictatorship ruling with a brutal army and an iron fist, so our police departments must understand that they are there to serve and protect us – all of us. And when they do commit crimes, they must be arrested and prosecuted like anyone else, bottom line.
  93. The United States may be a religious nation. But it is also a nation with a strong commitment to separation of church and state.
  94. The United States never stopped conspiring against the Arab world, which holds the largest oil reserves on the planet.
  95. The United States of America will never be intimidated by thugs and assassins. The killers will fail, and the Iraqi people will live in freedom.
  96. The United States prefers that Iraq meet its obligations voluntarily, yet we are prepared for the alternative.
  97. The United States strongly seeks a lasting agreement for the discontinuance of nuclear weapons tests. We believe that this would be an important step toward reduction of international tensions and would open the way to further agreement on substantial measures of disarmament.
  98. The United States tyrannizes and pillages the globalized world with its political, economic, technological, and military might.
  99. The universal medicine for the Soul is the Supreme Reason and Absolute Justice; for the mind, mathematical and practical Truth; for the body, the Quintessence, a combination of light and gold.
  100. The universe at large is full of questions that we still don’t know anything about, and there will be always young people, brilliant, who are going to make new discoveries.
  101. The universe can take quite a while to deliver.
  102. The universe is governed by science. But science tells us that we can’t solve the equations, directly in the abstract.
  103. The universe is not indifferent to our existence – it depends on it.
  104. The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.
  105. The universe is wider than our views of it.
  106. The universe may have a purpose, but nothing we know suggests that, if so, this purpose has any similarity to ours.
  107. The universe seems neither benign nor hostile, merely indifferent.
  108. The universities are available only to those who share my revolutionary beliefs.
  109. The University brings out all abilities, including incapability.
  110. The university is our culture’s assertion that what is made by the mind has value and can convey values.
  111. The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.
  112. The UN’s unique legitimacy flows from a universal perception that it pursues a larger purpose than the interests of one country or a small group of countries.
  113. The unsaid message of that endless rack of juniors’ pushup bras? No matter what size you are, it still isn’t good enough.
  114. The unsung heroes of the civil rights movement were always the wives and the mothers.
  115. The unyielding resistance of the Cuban patriots is symbolized by our 5 Heroes. They shall never back down! They shall never surrender!
  116. The upside of web-based journalism is that everybody gets a chance. The downside is that everybody gets a chance.
  117. The use of money is all the advantage there is in having it.
  118. The User ID feature is commonly used with which of the following website scenarios?
  119. The User ID feature lets you associate engagement data from multiple devices and different sessions with unique IDs. In order to use the User ID feature in Analytics you must
  120. The USGA is terrific. I’ve designed my course in Bedminster to the highest standards of the USGA, and it’s a very special course.
  121. The usual approach of science of constructing a mathematical model cannot answer the questions of why there should be a universe for the model to describe. Why does the universe go to all the bother of existing?
  122. The usual justification for eating extra meals is that it keeps the metabolism ‘revved up’ so that weight loss is easier. There is, however, very little hard evidence that supports this idea, and a fair amount that disputes it.
  123. The usual method of finding a little dongly thing that actually matches a gizmo I want to use is to go and buy another one, at a price that can physically drive the air from your body.
  124. The valiant never taste of death but once.
  125. The value of a dollar is social, as it is created by society.
  126. The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.
  127. The value of a principle is the number of things it will explain.
  128. The value of beauty and inspiration is very much underrated, no question. But I want to be clear: I’m not trying to be anyone’s savior. I’m just trying to think about the future and not be sad.
  129. The value systems of those with access to power and of those far removed from such access cannot be the same. The viewpoint of the privileged is unlike that of the underprivileged.
  130. The vampires have always been metaphors for me. They’ve always been vehicles through which I can express things I have felt very, very deeply.
  131. The variety of genes on the planet in viruses exceeds, or is likely to exceed, that in all of the rest of life combined.
  132. The vast majority of doctors really do try to take the money out of their minds. But to provide the best possible care requires using resources in a way that keeps you viable but improves the quality of care.
  133. The vast majority of gun owners don’t kill, but people who do kill, tend to kill with guns, and often with illegal guns.
  134. The vast majority of human beings dislike and even actually dread all notions with which they are not familiar… Hence it comes about that at their first appearance innovators have generally been persecuted, and always derided as fools and madmen.
  135. The vast majority of murdered whites are murdered by other whites. That’s why there’s no national outrage when a white person is killed by a black person: it’s not evidence of some underlying black violence problem directed against white people.
  136. The vast majority of Muslims are moderates working for a better future and seeking a peaceful life.
  137. The vast majority of people who speak to me say they have had brilliant care. When they are critical, their concern tends not to be directed at the medical side but the ancillary things that surround it, such as helping patients to eat meals, cleanliness, and making sure that when patients have a problem, they are listened to.
  138. The vegetable life does not content itself with casting from the flower or the tree a single seed, but it fills the air and earth with a prodigality of seeds, that, if thousands perish, thousands may plant themselves, that hundreds may come up, that tens may live to maturity; that, at least one may replace the parent.
  139. The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure.
  140. The very definition of ‘beauty’ is outside.
  141. The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick. The same laws of health or of nursing, for they are in reality the same, obtain among the well as among the sick.
  142. The very essence of architecture consists of a variety and development reminiscent of natural organic life. This is the only true style in architecture.
  143. The very essence of instinct is that it’s followed independently of reason.
  144. The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.
  145. The very first pharmaceutical commercial I ever heard was 15 seconds of the product and 45 seconds of side effects, so I know that this cannot be good for you.
  146. The very ink with which history is written is merely fluid prejudice.
  147. The very nature of finance is that it cannot be profitable unless it is significantly leveraged… and as long as there is debt, there can be failure and contagion.
  148. The very phrase ‘foreign affairs’ makes an Englishman convinced that I am about to treat of subjects with which he has no concern.
  149. The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow of a dream.
  150. The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings.
  151. The Veterans Administration is a scandal. It’s corrupt, and what’s going on is a disgrace. And, believe me, if I win, if I become president, that will end. The veterans will be treated properly.
  152. The victim mentality may be the last uncomplicated thing about life in America.
  153. The victor belongs to the spoils.
  154. The view of Jerusalem is the history of the world; it is more, it is the history of earth and of heaven.
  155. The vine bears three kinds of grapes: the first of pleasure, the second of intoxication, the third of disgust.
  156. The violation of press freedoms has been egregious under this administration, even as the press fetes President Obama as an honest and effective commander-in-chief.
  157. The violence in the Bible is appalling.
  158. The virtue of justice consists in moderation, as regulated by wisdom.
  159. The virtues, like the Muses, are always seen in groups. A good principle was never found solitary in any breast.
  160. The visual architecture of ‘Biutiful’ is the most sophisticated of all the films I have directed.
  161. The visuals are equally as important as the music. It’s all a complete experience.
  162. The vital thing for me is to integrate the history from above with the history from below because only in that way can you show the true consequences of the decisions of Hitler or Stalin or whomever on the ordinary civilians caught up in the battle.
  163. The vitality of thought is in adventure. Ideas won’t keep. Something must be done about them. When the idea is new, its custodians have fervor, live for it, and if need be, die for it.
  164. The voice changes very slowly. I keep mine well under control and try with all my might to keep it exactly as it was at the very beginning.
  165. The voice I use is a very old hardware speech synthesizer made in 1986. I keep it because I have not heard a voice I like better and because I have identified with it.
  166. ‘The Voice’ is built on positivity. Once we started filming, I knew that America was really going to love it.
  167. The voice is something very mysterious. It’s difficult to say what is inside a voice that moves people.
  168. The voice of the people has been said to be the voice of God; and, however generally this maxim has been quoted and believed, it is not true to fact. The people are turbulent and changing, they seldom judge or determine right.
  169. ‘The Voice’ was the first real job I’ve ever had that wasn’t just messing around with music.
  170. The vulgar boil, the learned roast, an egg.
  171. The Wahhabists are the boogeymen, the guys who will chop the head off any American they catch. And they will destroy Iraq without a second thought if they believe that the instability will benefit them.
  172. The want of logic annoys. Too much logic bores. Life eludes logic, and everything that logic alone constructs remains artificial and forced.
  173. The war in Afghanistan is underreported.
  174. The war in Iraq has been extremely divisive here at home, and has also divided the world community.
  175. The wave of evil washes all our institutions alike.
  176. The wave of the future is coming and there is no fighting it.
  177. The wavering mind is but a base possession.
  178. The way America sees Mexico, if they have any sense of it, is like Taco Bell. Our countries are neighbors, and the only hard food to get in America is true Mexican. It’s impossible to find, even in L.A. Why is that?
  179. The way films establish the order of scenes is very artificial.
  180. The way for a young man to rise is to improve himself in every way he can, never suspecting that anybody wishes to hinder him.
  181. The way I approach this thing, when I started to get my head screwed on straight and really trying to make something of myself as an artist, when I was 19 or 20, it became more about function for me. Like, what is this song doing to you? What is the function of this type of artform? What is it doing?
  182. The way I go about a lovemaking scene is that we will talk about it during the rehearsing time.
  183. The way I lived my life, I truly wasn’t an active resistance fighter.
  184. The way I look at it is everybody should have the right to get married, if they so choose.
  185. The way I look at it is, we all have disabilities.
  186. The way I meditate is by being organised. I can get real Zen if I go home and tidy the front room.
  187. The way I put together images is a reactive art.
  188. The way I run my business seems to be easier than the way I run my life.
  189. The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.
  190. The way I see it, I’m not going to Washington to be the 60th Democratic senator. I’m going to Washington to be the second senator from the state of Minnesota.
  191. The way I see it, it doesn’t matter what you believe just so you’re sincere.
  192. The WAY I walk is the WAY.
  193. The way I was parented did affect my parenting – probably in the reverse. My dad was pretty strict, and the next generation probably wants to be less strict.
  194. The way I work: I pick a country. I learn the political history – I mean I really learn it; I read until it sinks in. Once I read the political history, I can project and find the clandestine history. And then I people it with the characters.
  195. The way I work, I’m not a confessional singer-songwriter.
  196. The way I write my songs is that I have to believe what I’m writing about, and that’s why they always end up being so personal – because the kind of artists I like, they convince me, they totally win me over straight away in that thing. Like, ‘Oh my God, this song is totally about me.’
  197. The way of architecture is the quiet voice that underlies it and has guided it from the beginning.
  198. The way of fortune is like the milkyway in the sky; which is a number of small stars, not seen asunder, but giving light together: so it is a number of little and scarce discerned virtues, or rather faculties and customs, that make men fortunate.
  199. The way of the Creative works through change and transformation, so that each thing receives its true nature and destiny and comes into permanent accord with the Great Harmony: this is what furthers and what perseveres.
  200. The way that I’ve always gone about making music, the rule of thumb, has just been to make what I love.
  201. The way that we’re consuming what we watch. Netflix, binge-watching, destination agnostic were not terms. It was about networks, times, dates. Even with feature films, you had to see it this way, in this capacity, at this time. All that has changed. Now it’s really about the story. It’s a gift that I became a storyteller at this time.
  202. The way to be successful in the software world is to come up with breakthrough software, and so whether it’s Microsoft Office or Windows, its pushing that forward. New ideas, surprising the marketplace, so good engineering and good business are one in the same.
  203. The way to become rich is to put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket.
  204. The way to catch a knuckleball is to wait until it stops rolling and then pick it up.
  205. The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
  206. The way to see by Faith is to shut the Eye of Reason.
  207. The way to silence religious disputes is to take no notice of them.
  208. The way we divorce in this country hurts people on the deepest level. The ripple effect and resonance of it is remarkable, vast – vast – and if I ever went into Parliament, I would become very involved in that.
  209. The way we produce food is killing the land and water.
  210. The way we subsidize food makes it cheaper to go to McDonald’s and get a hamburger than a salad, and that’s insane. It’s pure government policy.
  211. The way you dress or the car you drive or what you spend is to impress other people with how, I guess, successful and rich you are. But you’re not, and you shouldn’t, and who gives a damn what other people think anyway. So, that mentality, I think, is very destructive.
  212. The way you really stop Al-Qaeda is by stopping their funding. It’s not by carpet-bombing or land invasions or anything.
  213. The way you think, the way you behave, the way you eat, can influence your life by 30 to 50 years.
  214. The ways that my dogs can make me – and my visitors – happy constantly amazes me.
  215. The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.
  216. The wealth of information now available at the click of a finger amazes me.
  217. The wealthy are always surrounded by hangers-on; science and art are as well.
  218. The wealthy don’t have any sense of humor. It’s not like the English, where the theater is perhaps the one place where they have a sense of humor about themselves.
  219. The weapon of suicide bombing is so desperate that you aren’t even left with the possibility of taking revenge or punishing anyone; the terrorist is killed along with his victims, his blood mixing with theirs.
  220. The weather and my mood have little connection. I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my prosperity or misfortune has little to do with the matter.
  221. The web of life, love, suffering and death unites all beings.
  222. The weight of the world is love. Under the burden of solitude, under the burden of dissatisfaction.
  223. The weird thing about rap is that you don’t get compared in the same way that athletes do, even though it’s probably the most competitive sport in music. In basketball, they look at a player and say: ‘This guy was the best in his prime at this sport.’ But in rap it’s not until you’re dead or retired that people think about it like that.
  224. The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.
  225. The well bred contradict other people. The wise contradict themselves.
  226. The Welsh people have a talent for acting that one does not find in the English. The English lack heart.
  228. The West is not producing enough engineers.
  229. The West was a wonderful world to me. I decided then that if this is the way they did things, then I wanted to be part of it.
  230. The Western world loves liberalisation, provided it doesn’t affect them.
  231. The wheel is come full circle.
  232. The whistle is always waiting to be blown, and in some ways, it gets me to do better work.
  233. The white man is destroying the world.
  234. The white man’s happiness cannot be purchased by the black man’s misery.
  235. The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards.
  236. The whole basis of the United Nations is the right of all nations – great or small – to have weight, to have a vote, to be attended to, to be a part of the twentieth century.
  237. The whole beauty of music is that it goes where your words won’t let you.
  238. The whole celebrity culture thing – I’m fascinated by, and repelled by, and yet I end up knowing about it.
  239. The whole celebrity thing is not something I’m overly interested in. I don’t pop up at parties. It’s just not my thing.
  240. The whole chameleon thing about acting. That’s why I’m moving towards directing – it’s a much more healthy occupation.
  241. The whole commerce between master and slave is a perpetual exercise of the most boisterous passions, the most unremitting despotism on the one part, and degrading submissions on the other. Our children see this, and learn to imitate it.
  242. The whole difference between construction and creation is exactly this: that a thing constructed can only be loved after it is constructed; but a thing created is loved before it exists.
  243. The whole history of science has been the gradual realization that events do not happen in an arbitrary manner, but that they reflect a certain underlying order, which may or may not be divinely inspired.
  244. The whole idea of love is scary – so is being with someone for the rest of your life and being happy with them for the rest of your life. There’s lots of research to suggest that, actually, love’s not really that simple.
  245. The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
  246. The whole is more than the sum of its parts.
  247. The whole life of an American is passed like a game of chance, a revolutionary crisis, or a battle.
  248. The whole New Deal was in a sense just a series of public options, some more optional than others, that offered government as an alternative to the often-flawed private market.
  249. The whole of science, and one is tempted to think the whole of the life of any thinking man, is trying to come to terms with the relationship between yourself and the natural world. Why are you here, and how do you fit in, and what’s it all about.
  250. The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking.
  251. The whole point of ‘Acid Rap’ was just to ask people a question: does the music business side of this dictate what type of project this is? If it’s all original music and it’s got this much emotion around it and it connects this way with this many people, is it a mixtape? What’s an ‘album’ these days, anyways?
  252. The whole principle of coming out is that everyone knows someone who’s gay. The minute someone comes out, no one can be a bigot, because someone they love is gay.
  253. The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.
  254. The whole question of fiduciary responsibility is a very old concept. You could make a movie about someone making that rule at any point in history, and within a few months, it will turn out to be timely.
  255. The whole slacker generation totally didn’t apply to us musically.
  256. The whole theme of Interview with the Vampire was Louis’s quest for meaning in a godless world. He searched to find the oldest existing immortal simply to ask, What is the meaning of what we are?
  257. The whole tone of Church teaching in regard to women is, to the last degree, contemptuous and degrading.
  258. The wicked leader is he who the people despise. The good leader is he who the people revere. The great leader is he who the people say, ‘We did it ourselves.’
  259. The wider your readership, the greater the chances of offending your readers.
  260. The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.
  261. The willingness to learn new skills is very high.
  262. The willow which bends to the tempest, often escapes better than the oak which resists it; and so in great calamities, it sometimes happens that light and frivolous spirits recover their elasticity and presence of mind sooner than those of a loftier character.
  263. The Winans have been some of my favorite people, and Marvin certainly has a real anointing when he preaches and sings; he’s a great interpreter of my music.
  264. The wine of youth does not always clear with advancing years; sometimes it grows turbid.
  265. The winners at the Olympics step up, bursting with pride, because everything that they have worked for and all their dedication is rewarded in a climax that I, and most golfers, will never experience.
  266. The wisdom of man never yet contrived a system of taxation that would operate with perfect equality.
  267. The wisdom of the wise and the experience of the ages are perpetuated by quotations.
  268. The wise have always said the same things, and fools, who are the majority have always done just the opposite.
  269. The wise man does not expose himself needlessly to danger, since there are few things for which he cares sufficiently; but he is willing, in great crises, to give even his life – knowing that under certain conditions it is not worthwhile to live.
  270. The wise man does not lay up his own treasures. The more he gives to others, the more he has for his own.
  271. The wise man should restrain his senses like the crane and accomplish his purpose with due knowledge of his place, time and ability.
  272. The wise ones fashioned speech with their thought, sifting it as grain is sifted through a sieve.
  273. The wisest of the wise may err.
  274. The wisest use of American strength is to advance freedom.
  275. The wit knows that his place is at the tail of a procession.
  276. The woman I’m attracted to won’t be based on what I write down on paper. It’s going to be what I feel.
  277. The woman is uniformly sacrificed to the wife and mother.
  278. The woman who can create her own job is the woman who will win fame and fortune.
  279. The Woman’s Party is made up of women of all races, creeds and nationalities who are united on the one program of working to raise the status of women.
  280. The woman’s perspective is like the dark side of the moon: it always exists, but it is never exposed, at least not in my culture.
  281. The women’s movement burst forth when I was fifteen. That was when I began to believe that life might semi-work out after all. The cavalry had arrived. Women were starting to say that you got to tell the truth now, that you had to tell the truth if you were going to heal and have an authentic life.
  282. The wonderful news is that our Lord is a God of mercy, and He responds to repentance.
  283. The wonderful thing about 48 fps is the integration of live action and CG elements; that is something I learned from ‘The Hobbit.’ We are so used to 24 fps and the romance of celluloid… but at 48 fps, you cannot deny the existence of these CG creations in the same time frame and space and environment as the live action.
  284. The wonderful thing about God is he knows what we need to persuade us.
  285. The wonderful thing with some of the things I’ve done – most of them, really – is to be trusted. To be able to do your thing, to work on it, hone it into my gem of creativity!
  286. The word ‘belief’ is a difficult thing for me. I don’t believe. I must have a reason for a certain hypothesis. Either I know a thing, and then I know it – I don’t need to believe it.
  287. The word ‘Christianity’ is already a misunderstanding – in reality there has been only one Christian, and he died on the Cross.
  288. The word feminism needs to be taken back. It needs to be reclaimed in a way that is inclusive of men.
  289. The word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.
  290. The word ‘Islam’ means ‘peace.’ The word ‘Muslim’ means ‘one who surrenders to God.’ But the press makes us seem like haters.
  291. The word must is not to be used to princes.
  292. The Word of God well understood and religiously obeyed is the shortest route to spiritual perfection. And we must not select a few favorite passages to the exclusion of others. Nothing less than a whole Bible can make a whole Christian.
  293. The word of man is the most durable of all material.
  294. The word ‘right’ should be excluded from political language, as the word ’cause’ from the language of philosophy.
  295. The word ‘romance,’ according to the dictionary, means excitement, adventure, and something extremely real. Romance should last a lifetime.
  296. The word that scares the hell out of me is ‘frail.’ I don’t want to be frail.
  297. The words are frightening – how you’re going to build a wall, how you’re going to have Mexico pay for it. What does this mean?
  298. The words of truth are always paradoxical.
  299. The words of truth are simple.
  300. The work is the work. The work is not me.
  301. The work itself has a complete circle of meaning and counterpoint. And without your involvement as a viewer, there is no story.
  302. The work of a team should always embrace a great player but the great player must always work.
  303. The work of art is brought into the world without there being a need for it. The house satisfies a requirement. The work of art is responsible to none; the house is responsible to everyone. The work of art wants to draw people out of their state of comfort.
  304. The work of art shows people new directions and thinks of the future. The house thinks of the present.
  305. The work of the political activist inevitably involves a certain tension between the requirement that position be taken on current issues as they arise and the desire that one’s contributions will somehow survive the ravages of time.
  306. The work on ants has profoundly affected the way I think about humans.
  307. The work which is manipulated looks a little boring to me. I think life is pretty strange anyway. It is wooo, wooo, wooo!
  308. The working men, I’ll go by and they’ll whistle. At first they whistle because they think, ‘Oh, it’s a girl. She’s got blond hair and she’s not out of shape,’ and then they say, ‘Gosh, it’s Marilyn Monroe!’
  309. The world around me has changed, and I have learned to adapt but not change. But I’m changing into the woman I am meant to be.
  310. The world, as a rule, does not live on beaches and in country clubs.
  311. The world at large is less inequitable today than at any time in history. Number of people in abject poverty, as a percentage, is at all-time low.
  312. The world believes all blondes are stupid and brunettes are smarter. Well, I disagree.
  313. The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.
  314. The world depends on fungi, because they are major players in the cycling of materials and energy around the world.
  315. The world doesn’t need another clothing company. But it does need a certain funk.
  316. The world doesn’t need any more mediocrity or hedged bets.
  317. The world forgets about people who are not useful.
  318. The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
  319. The world has been very careful to pick very few diseases for eradication, because it is very tough.
  320. The world has changed and it’s going to keep changing, but God never changes; so we are safe when we cling to Him.
  321. The world has changed – through technology, through wine-making techniques, the quality of wine is greater than it’s ever been. Whereas ten, fifteen years ago it was very easy to find lots of bad wine, it’s kind of hard now. The technology, the science – it’s like, are you kidding? We’re in the golden years of wine!
  322. The world has grown suspicious of anything that looks like a happily married life.
  323. The world has not yet reached the point which, in my view, is an essential condition for the survival of our human species: access by all the peoples to the material resources of this planet.
  324. The world has today 546 nuclear plants generating electricity. Their experience is being continuously researched, and feedback should be provided to all. Nuclear scientists have to interact with the people of the nation, and academic institutions continuously update nuclear power generation technology and safety.
  325. The World Health Organization has recognized acupuncture as effective in treating mild to moderate depression.
  326. The world in general has meaning, deep meaning at times. This cannot be dismissed as a delusion, an artifact of chemicals.
  327. The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.
  328. The world is a fine place and worth the fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.
  329. The world is a heartbreaking place, without any question.
  330. The world is a place that is so interconnected that what happens in another part of the world will impact us.
  331. The world is a stage, but the play is badly cast.
  332. The world is all gates, all opportunities, strings of tension waiting to be struck.
  333. The world is beset by many problems, but in my opinion, this hijacking of our brain’s reward centers by electronic media is potentially one of the most destructive.
  334. The world is big again.
  335. The world is diverse, and having a professional team that mirrors the world is going to be more helpful for us.
  336. The world is divided into people who do things and people who get the credit.
  337. The world is divided into two classes, those who believe the incredible, and those who do the improbable.
  338. The world is filled with great sporting events.
  339. The world is full of a lot of fear and a lot of negativity, and a lot of judgment. I just think people need to start shifting into joy and happiness. As corny as it sounds, we need to make a shift.
  340. The world is full of little dictators trying to run your life.
  341. The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.
  342. The world is full of many beautiful voices; I will perform with many of them. I love women’s voices.
  343. The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.
  344. The world is in a constant conspiracy against the brave. It’s the age-old struggle: the roar of the crowd on the one side, and the voice of your conscience on the other.
  345. The world is indebted for all triumphs which have been gained by reason and humanity over error and oppression.
  346. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of tiny pushes of each honest worker.
  347. The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can’t be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it.
  348. The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.
  349. The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in vibrations which escape our ears. As for those that we perceive, they carry sounds to us, occasionally a chord, never a melody.
  350. The world is not flat, and PCs are not, in the hierarchy of human needs, in the first five rungs.
  351. The world is not limited by IQ. We are all limited by bravery and creativity.
  352. The world is not so much in need of new thoughts as that when thought grows old and worn with usage it should, like current coin, be called in, and, from the mint of genius, reissued fresh and new.
  353. The world is not violent. But there is a lot of violence in it.
  354. The world is put back by the death of every one who has to sacrifice the development of his or her peculiar gifts to conventionality.
  355. The world is very different now. For man holds in his mortal hands the power to abolish all forms of human poverty, and all forms of human life.
  356. The world is weary of statesmen whom democracy has degraded into politicians.
  357. The world isn’t perfect…but that’s why it’s beautiful.
  358. The world itself is the will to power – and nothing else! And you yourself are the will to power – and nothing else!
  359. The world knows that America will never start a war. This generation of Americans has had enough of war and hate… we want to build a world of peace where the weak are secure and the strong are just.
  360. The world moves, and ideas that were once good are not always good.
  361. The world must be filled with unsuccessful musical careers like mine, and it’s probably a good thing. We don’t need a lot of bad musicians filling the air with unnecessary sounds. Some of the professionals are bad enough.
  362. The world needs actual excitement and emotion more than it needs cool people.
  363. The world needs more social innovations.
  364. The world needs opportunities for new leaders and new ideas. Kids need opportunities to lead and succeed. Are you ready to make the match? Because the world’s problems shouldn’t be the human family’s heirloom.
  365. The world of manic depression is a world of bad judgment calls.
  366. The world of wine is more creative than the world of cooking.
  367. The world perishes not from bandits and fires, but from hatred, hostility, and all these petty squabbles.
  368. The world reacts very strangely to people they see on TV, and I can begin to understand how anchor monsters are made. If you’re not careful, you can become used to being treated as though you’re special and begin to expect it. For a reporter, that’s the kiss of death.
  369. The world record is like you we went to the theater to see this movie, and it was really good, and it had an unexpected ending, and you left the theater saying, ‘Wow, that was such a great movie.’
  370. The world sometimes feels like an insane asylum. You can decide whether you want to be an inmate or pick up your visitor’s badge. You can be in the world but not engage in the melodrama of it; you can become a spiritual being having a human experience thoroughly and fully.
  371. The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows where he is going.
  372. The world would be a better place if everyone learned to dance.
  373. The world would be less violent if everyone used hula hoops.
  374. The world’s biggest power is the youth and beauty of a woman.
  375. The world’s entire scientific and cultural heritage, published over centuries in books and journals, is increasingly being digitized and locked up by a handful of private corporations.
  376. The worlds in which man is evolving as he treads the circle of births and deaths are three: the physical world, the astral or intermediate world, the mental or heavenly world.
  377. The worse the newspapers speak of the world, the better I feel.
  378. The worst days are when you feel foggy in the head – chemo-brain they call it. It’s awful because you feel boring. As well as bored. And stupid. And resigned.
  379. The worst enemy of life, freedom and the common decencies is total anarchy; their second worst enemy is total efficiency.
  380. The worst excesses of the dot-com era are gone.
  381. The worst food you’ll ever eat will probably be prepared by a ‘cook’ who calls himself a ‘chef.’ Mark my words.
  382. The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.
  383. The worst guilt is to accept an unearned guilt.
  384. The worst men often give the best advice.
  385. The worst mistake you can make is underrating your enemy. Assuming that they’re evil – I think it’s a terrible thing to do.
  386. The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen.
  387. The worst of madmen is a saint run mad.
  388. The worst pandemic in modern history was the Spanish flu of 1918, which killed tens of millions of people. Today, with how interconnected the world is, it would spread faster.
  389. The worst part about celebrating another birthday is the shock that you’re only as well as you are.
  390. The worst potential bio-terrorist is nature itself.
  391. The worst question is, ‘Where do you see yourself in five years?’ I don’t know. Variety is the spice of life. That’s the best way to describe it.
  392. The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that’s the essence of inhumanity.
  393. The worst solitude is to have no real friendships.
  394. The worst thing ever for me is go see a movie, and the next day I go, ‘What did I do last night? I have no memory of this $300 million movie I watched because I felt nothing.’
  395. The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.
  396. The worst thing that can happen is if you’re stuck within a bubble and you think that is what life is all about. It’s great to see other people and hear from people of different ages and opinions.
  397. The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noise.
  398. The worth of a prize depends on the people who have received it before you.
  399. The wounds of calumny, the reproaches of the proud, the venom of the bigoted, the treachery of the false, and the weakness of the true, we have known in our measure; and therein have had communion with our Lord Jesus.
  400. The writer studies literature, not the world. He is careful of what he reads, for that is what he will write.
  401. The writer studies literature, not the world.
  402. The writing day can be, in some ways, too short, but it’s actually a long series of hours, for months at a time, and there is a stillness there.
  403. The writing I love has something memorable in it – an image, a smell. It’s the connection between the moment and the whole concept, weaving the micro together with the macro so that it has a hold on people – that’s writing.
  404. The writing is important, but the way you say the line and the pause you give it, the facial expression – all of that is very important.
  405. The writing process, the way I go about it is I do whatever the beat feels like, whatever the beat is telling me to do. Usually when the beat comes on, I think of a hook or the subject I want to rap about almost instantly. Within four, eight bars of it playing I’m just like, ‘Oh, OK. This is what I wanna do’.
  406. The wrong things are predominantly stressed in the schools – things remote from the student’s experience and need.
  407. The WWE is based on, I think, reaction. You know, if you can’t get a reaction, that means you can’t put butts in the seats.
  408. The XML Sitemap is used to help users easily navigate websites, providing a hierarchical list of links to all pages.
  409. The Yankees don’t pay me to win every day, just two out of three.
  410. The year I was born, 1955, the first big disease-eradication program in the world was declared for malaria. After about a decade of work, they realized that, at least in the tropical areas, they did not have the tools to get it done.
  411. The years I spent paying my dues are in the background, and so are my concerns about whether my performance is good or bad.
  412. The years teach much which the days never know.
  413. The young are permanently in a state resembling intoxication.
  414. The young comedians always ask me, ‘What’s the secret for staying around?’ I tell them, ‘There is no secret – just stay around. Longevity is the most important thing.’
  415. The youngest children have a great capacity for empathy and altruism. There’s a recent study that shows even 14-month-olds will climb across a bunch of cushions and go across a room to give you a pen if you drop one.
  416. The youth gets together his materials to build a bridge to the moon, or, perchance, a palace or temple on the earth, and, at length, the middle-aged man concludes to build a woodshed with them.
  417. The youth movement is aware that old visions can not take Egypt into the future.
  418. The youth need to be enabled to become job generators from job seekers.
  419. The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity.
  420. Theater for me at one point was a lifestyle, too.
  421. Their houses are all built in the shape of tents, with very high chimneys.
  422. Theirs is not to make reply: Theirs is not to reason why: Theirs is but to do and die.
  423. Then I despair… I remember that all through history, the way of truth and love has always won. There have been murderers and tyrants, and for a time they can seem invincible. But in the end they always fall. Think of it always.
  424. Then I realized that secrecy is actually to the detriment of my own peace of mind and self, and that I could still sustain my belief in privacy and be authentic and transparent at the same time. It was a pretty revelatory moment, and there’s been a liberating force that’s come from it.
  425. Then suddenly something just kicked me. I kind of woke up and realised that I was in a different atmosphere than you normally are. My immediate reaction was to back off, slow down.
  426. Then there was the challenge to keep doing better and better, to fly the best test flight that anybody had ever flown. That led to my being recognized as one of the more experienced test pilots, and that led to the astronaut business.
  427. Then when I reached college I realized that many people had thought about the problem during the 18th and 19th centuries and so I studied those methods.
  428. Theology is unnecessary.
  429. Theology made no provision for evolution. The biblical authors had missed the most important revelation of all! Could it be that they were not really privy to the thoughts of God?
  430. Theoretical physics is one of the few fields in which being disabled is no handicap – it is all in the mind.
  431. Theosophy has no code of morals, being itself the embodiment of the highest morality; it presents to its students the highest moral teachings of all religions, gathering the most fragrant blossoms from the gardens of the world-faiths.
  432. Theosophy tries to bridge the gulf between Buddhism and Christianity by pointing to the fundamental spiritual truths on which both religions are built, and by winning people to regard the Buddha and the Christ as fellow-laborers, and not as rivals.
  433. Therapy and counseling can do wonderful things for people. But they have emerged so far as what are sometimes called ‘cottage industries’ – that is, as individuals or small groups offering generally quite expensive services to a few clients.
  434. Therapy? I don’t need that. The roles that I choose are my therapy.
  435. There are 10,000 local governments in the state of New York. Ten thousand! Town, village, lighting district, water district, sewer district, a special district to count the other districts in case you missed a district.
  436. There are 1600 German companies active in India, and some of them are more than 100 years old. Our companies value India as a location for manufacturing and as a market.
  437. There are 600 districts in India. Every district in India has a teacher-training institute.
  438. There are a few giant companies that I love, and I love Amazon. Their customer service is impeccable: sometimes, just for the hell of it, I’ll sleep on a mattress for three years and return it.
  439. There are a lot of benefits to having a team of young people, but there are many benefits to having people who’ve made a lot of mistakes.
  440. There are a lot of clear thinkers everywhere.
  441. There are a lot of conservative people, a lot of moderate people, Republicans, Democrats, in Hollywood. It is just that the conservative people by the nature of the word itself play closer to the vest. They do not go around hot dogging it.
  442. There are a lot of details to running that I never even thought about. I just went out and ran. I think I can be faster. I think I can be quicker.
  443. There are a lot of different ways of building a prosperous society, and some of them use much less energy than others. And it is possible and more practical to talk about rebuilding systems to use much less energy than it is to think about trying to meet greater demands of energy through clean energy alone.
  444. There are a lot of good women in New York.
  445. There are a lot of groups that feel a little bit strange around me, because I am inclusive.
  446. There are a lot of people who don’t know me and what I am all about.
  447. There are a lot of people who don’t like me.
  448. There are a lot of people who give you their opinions on what to do.
  449. There are a lot of people who know me who can’t understand for the life of them why I would got to work on something as unserious as baseball. If they only knew.
  450. There are a lot of people who think that’s what’s needed to be successful is always being right, always being careful, always picking the right path.
  451. There are a lot of people whose livelihoods depend on keeping lots of conservatives terrified and ill-informed. The groups that exist to raise funds raise more funds when they endorse the crazier candidate.
  452. There are a lot of perks that come with fame, and with every positive there’s a negative, and then it all kind of balances out.
  453. There are a lot of pretty girls. I am a tennis player first of all, that is why I am here, and if wasn’t producing results no one would notice me.
  454. There are a lot of roles in Shakespeare, basically. If I feel that the script is a movie, I would be interested in doing any role of Shakespeare’s.
  455. There are a lot of smart honest, progressive people who I think can be good presidents.
  456. There are a lot of songs that would ostensibly be a good candidate for parody, yet I can’t think of a clever enough idea.
  457. There are a lot of things I never did, because I believe in watching those true Hollywood stories and I see how easy it is to lose track of your life.
  458. There are a number of candidate vaccines that are in development for HIV/AIDS.
  459. There are a number of things wrong with Washington. One of them is that everyone is too far from home.
  460. There are a number of women who have brought about immense change in society.
  461. There are a terrible lot of lies going about the world, and the worst of it is that half of them are true.
  462. There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.
  463. There are a zillion variables to a hamburger. What part of the animal went into it. What coarseness. What temperature.
  464. There are achievements of European integration that cannot be haggled over: for example the principle of free movement and the principle of non-discrimination.
  465. There are all kinds of stupid people that annoy me but what annoys me most is a lazy argument.
  466. There are all sorts of cries that the leaders of the Green Movement should submit themselves to the supreme leader, but that won’t take place. Both sides have to be prepared for a serious negotiation.
  467. There are all sorts of cute puppy dogs, but it doesn’t stop people from going out and buying Dobermans.
  468. There are always different influences each season. It could be a person, it could be a piece of furniture; it depends on what I’m obsessing about.
  469. There are always parts of me that come out in the characters that I play – it’s the only thing I have to work with and to draw off of.
  470. There are always three speeches, for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave.
  471. There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.
  472. There are as many pillows of illusion as flakes in a snow-storm. We wake from one dream into another dream.
  473. There are basically two types of people. People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things. The first group is less crowded.
  474. There are big parts of my life that I don’t share. I don’t share myself eating dinner with my family. I don’t talk about who I’m dating. That’s private; that’s me.
  475. There are books of which the backs and covers are by far the best parts.
  476. There are certain age limits on police officers. They’d have retired me out at 65.
  477. There are certain books that should be taken away from young writers; that should be prised out of their clutching fingers and locked away until they are all grown up and ready to read them without being smitten.
  478. There are certain parts of the home that I think embellishment feels cozy and inviting. Then there are other environments, for example, the living room, where I don’t have a ton of items on the table.
  479. There are certain persons for whom pure Truth is a poison.
  480. There are certain pursuits which, if not wholly poetic and true, do at least suggest a nobler and finer relation to nature than we know. The keeping of bees, for instance.
  481. There are certain shades of limelight that can wreck a girl’s complexion.
  482. There are certain things I want to keep to me. I don’t discuss my private life.
  483. There are certain things that I know I don’t want to do anymore. Playing out-and-out terrorists who terrorise people and don’t actually move the conversation on are not worth doing. So that’s probably another reason I don’t go back to America, because a lot of it is like that. It’s boring, dull, very lazy writing.
  484. There are certain things women are better at than men.
  485. There are certain times of the day when you need a balance – that is, your protein and your carbs. I’m a Barry Sears man. I believe that anything green is a carb, and I need 2:1. Two of the carbs to one of the protein.
  486. There are certainly a lot of things that still need to change when it comes to women in the workforce.
  487. There are conspiracies all over the Senate floor on any day!
  488. There are countless studies on the negative spillover of job pressures on family life, but few on how job satisfaction enhances the quality of family life.
  489. There are dark shadows on the earth, but its lights are stronger in the contrast.
  490. There are definitely people who disagree with certain creative decisions you make. Pleasing everyone is pretty hard.
  491. There are definitely reasons to do certain things, but I like to stick to good director, good actor, good script.
  492. There are events which are so great that if a writer has participated in them his obligation is to write truly rather than assume the presumption of altering them with invention.
  493. There are female artists I can look at that I find more in common with than the male artists, because they’re blending the pop, dance and theatricality… but currently there aren’t a lot of guys who go there.
  494. There are few cases in which mere popularity should be considered a proper test of merit; but the case of song-writing is, I think, one of the few.
  495. There are few more effective ways to promote tolerance between suspicious neighbours than to force them to eat supper together.
  496. There are four kinds of Homicide: felonious, excusable, justifiable, and praiseworthy.
  497. There are four ways, and only four ways, in which we have contact with the world. We are evaluated and classified by these four contacts: what we do, how we look, what we say, and how we say it.
  498. There are GMO skeptics more in Europe maybe than in other places, but not exclusively.
  499. There are grounds for cautious optimism that we may now be near the end ofthe search for the ultimate laws of nature.
  500. There are half a dozen subjects that I return to time and time again, and that doesn’t bother me. Because most of my favorite writers do that, to hunt down the same topic or theme from different directions each time.
  501. There are horrible people who, instead of solving a problem, tangle it up and make it harder to solve for anyone who wants to deal with it. Whoever does not know how to hit the nail on the head should be asked not to hit it at all.
  502. There are, in human affairs, two kinds of problems: those which are amenable to a technical solution and those which are not. Universal health-care coverage belongs to the first category: you can pick one of several possible solutions, pass a bill, and (allowing for some tinkering around the edges) it will happen.
  503. There are large numbers of people in India below the poverty line; there are large numbers of people who lead a meager existence. They want to find a little escape from the hardships of life and come and watch something colorful and exciting and musical. Indian cinema provides that.
  504. There are lesbians, God knows… if you came up through lesbian circles in the forties and fifties in New York… who were not feminist and would not call themselves feminists.
  505. There are lies, damned lies and statistics.
  506. There are loads of actresses that modelled. They just weren’t famous. There weren’t a lot that were really known as models that became actresses, but there are hordes of them that did modelling before such as Anjelica Huston, Jessica Lange, Sharon Stone, Demi Moore and Geena Davis. There are loads of ’em.
  507. There are lots of bad Republicans, there are no good Democrats.
  508. There are lots of countries that are having these kinds of internal civil wars in other parts of the world and nobody is talking about intervening.
  509. There are lots of different interpretations of the word ‘prodigy.’ My own is of someone who is talented and tries to help other children. So in that respect I could be called one, although I don’t think I’ll go off the rails.
  510. There are lots of great actresses who are great because they’ll do anything.
  511. There are lots of things about me that aren’t like the rest of my friends. But I try to learn as much about millennials as I can so I can stay afloat among them.
  512. There are many aspects to directing that have a romantic place in people’s minds.
  513. There are many benefits to a sports entity breaking news directly to their recipients: the entity has full control over the message and how it is shared versus previously relying on a media outlets to translate or distribute as they choose. Also, there’s no quicker place for valuable information to spread than Twitter.
  514. There are many conflicting interests in Europe.
  515. There are many events in the womb of time, which will be delivered.
  516. There are many levels of truth.
  517. There are many men of principle in both parties in America, but there is no party of principle.
  518. There are many men who are forgotten, who are despised, and who are trampled on by their fellows, but there never was a man who was so despised as the everlasting God has been!
  519. There are many people in South Africa who are rich and who can share those riches with those not so fortunate who have not been able to conquer poverty.
  520. There are many people in the world who really don’t understand-or say they don’t-what is the great issue between the free world and the Communist world. Let them come to Berlin!
  521. There are many people who are behind whatever I’ve achieved so far. My dad, Daboo Malik, is my mentor and guiding light who supported and influenced me. Without him, I wouldn’t have been able to be what I am today. Besides him, Salman Khan is yet another important person who is my biggest and constant inspiration.
  522. There are many people who feel that it is useless and futile to continue talking about peace and non-violence against a government whose only reply is savage attacks on an unarmed and defenceless people.
  523. There are many people who probably don’t agree with my acting, and it should be that way: they don’t have to agree with me in general. I’m not here to be loved by everybody. I want to be. But I don’t think it’s humanly possible to be unanimously loved. But I think I’ve voiced it clearly that I’m not here to be a baby doll.
  524. There are many random, unprotected sites online that appear safe to use and are ready to accept credit card information. You wouldn’t give a stranger off the street your credit card information, so be extra cautious about who you are sharing it with online.
  525. There are many things that I don’t understand.
  526. There are many things that I feel I have missed out on.
  527. There are many things that keep me from getting married. But there will be a time when marriage makes sense to me.
  528. There are many things that we would throw away if we were not afraid that others might pick them up.
  529. There are many times when a woman will ask another girl friend how she likes her new hat. She will reply, ‘Fine,’ but slap her hand to her forehead the minute the girl leaves to yipe, ‘What a horror!’
  530. There are many ways to be free. One of them is to transcend reality by imagination, as I try to do.
  531. There are many who lust for the simple answers of doctrine or decree. They are on the left and right. They are not confined to a single part of the society. They are terrorists of the mind.
  532. There are many who would much prefer that the word ‘climate’ never be mentioned and that the issue be eliminated from our national conversation.
  533. There are members of the London press who seek to antagonise me, deliberately.
  534. There are millions of Americans outside Washington who are tired of stale political arguments and are moving this country forward. They believe, and I believe, that here in America, our success should depend not on accident of birth, but the strength of our work ethic and the scope of our dreams.
  535. There are moments when all anxiety and stated toil are becalmed in the infinite leisure and repose of nature.
  536. There are moments when you feel free, moments when you have energy, moments when you have hope, but you can’t rely on any of these things to see you through. Circumstances do that.
  537. There are more people dying of malaria than any specific cancer.
  538. There are more pleasant things to do than beat up people.
  539. There are mothers who sew for six months to make a fashion collection – someone’s grandmother, someone’s sister. We come in and get paid to walk for 10 minutes at the end. Whenever I think about that, I realise it’s not about me. I was just the one chosen to represent those women and sell the clothes.
  540. There are mysteries which men can only guess at, which age by age they may solve only in part.
  541. There are new words now that excuse everybody. Give me the good old days of heroes and villains, the people you can bravo or hiss. There was a truth to them that all the slick credulity of today cannot touch.
  542. There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls.
  543. There are no black holes in the sense of regimes from which light can’t escape to infinity.
  544. There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect.
  545. There are no drivers like Formula One drivers. They are engineers, in a way. They are driving manual cars one-handed at 200 miles per hour around streets in Monaco. These cars use the ultimate in technology.
  546. There are no easy answers, but there are simple answers. We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right.
  547. There are no eternal facts, as there are no absolute truths.
  548. There are no extra pieces in the universe. Everyone is here because he or she has a place to fill, and every piece must fit itself into the big jigsaw puzzle.
  549. There are no facts, only interpretations.
  550. There are no free lunches in life. You have to earn it. I am paying my dues. People have accused me of having it easy because I am Amitabh Bachchan’s son. Yes, I am his son, and I’ve never run away from it. I work hard to make him proud.
  551. There are no good laws but such as repeal other laws.
  552. There are no great limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence, imagination, and wonder.
  553. There are no great things, only small things with great love. Happy are those.
  554. There are no moral phenomena at all, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena.
  555. There are no necessary evils in government. Its evils exist only in its abuses.
  556. There are no new ideas. There are only new ways of making them felt.
  557. There are no pleasures in a fight but some of my fights have been a pleasure to win.
  558. There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.
  559. There are no rules in snowboarding.
  560. There are no second acts in American lives.
  561. There are no secrets better kept than the secrets everybody guesses.
  562. There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.
  563. There are no signposts in the sky to show a man has passed that way before. There are no channels marked. The flier breaks each second into new uncharted seas.
  564. There are no small accidents on this circuit.
  565. There are no straight lines or sharp corners in nature. Therefore, buildings must have no straight lines or sharp corners.
  566. There are no whole truths: all truths are half-truths. It is trying to treat them as whole truths that plays to the devil.
  567. There are not a few among the disciples of charity who require, in their vocation, scarcely less excitement than the votaries of pleasure in theirs.
  568. There are not fifty ways of fighting, there’s only one, and that’s to win. Neither revolution nor war consists in doing what one pleases.
  569. There are not many people from top-tier venture capital firms who are focused on the seed stage.
  570. There are old heads in the world who cannot help me by their example or advice to live worthily and satisfactorily to myself; but I believe that it is in my power to elevate myself this very hour above the common level of my life.
  571. There are one or two very good women military historians who use imagination, great study and research; they can put themselves in the boots of the soldier.
  572. There are only 10 types of people in the world; those who understand binary and those who don’t.
  573. There are only 24 hours in a day, and my top priority is working on my films, but I love short film experiments.
  574. There are only 3 truths in this world: My truth, your truth and THE TRUTH.
  575. There are only a handful of designers that influence other designers, and I have to keep one step ahead of the game.
  576. There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy and the tired.
  577. There are only two kinds of men: the righteous who think they are sinners and the sinners who think they are righteous.
  578. There are only two kinds of people who are really fascinating – people who know absolutely everything, and people who know absolutely nothing.
  579. There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting.
  580. There are only two styles of portrait painting; the serious and the smirk.
  581. There are only two things. Truth and lies. Truth is indivisible, hence it cannot recognize itself; anyone who wants to recognize it has to be a lie.
  582. There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it.
  583. There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
  584. There are other measures of self-respect for a man, than the number of clean shirts he puts on every day.
  585. There are over 2,000 direct clones of the Groupon business model. However, there’s an equal amount of proof that the barriers to success are enormous. In spite of all those competitors, only a handful are remotely relevant.
  586. There are parts of New Zealand that I absolutely fell in love with that I will miss going back to, but I kind of think that is the part that can continue and will continue on. I don’t imagine I’ll stop going back to New Zealand, because I feel part of the fabric there, really.
  587. There are patriots who opposed the war in Iraq and there are patriots who supported the war in Iraq. We are one people, all of us pledging allegiance to the stars and stripes, all of us defending the United States of America.
  588. There are people all over Australia who use their homes as hubs that they travel from, and they encourage their indigenous people to continue to stay there.
  589. There are people all over the world who are willing to exploit others. You can’t just point the finger at America.
  590. There are people hell-bent on the idea that we’re a Christian band in disguise, and that we have some secret message. We have no spiritual affiliation with this music. It’s simply about life experience.
  591. There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.
  592. There are people who can do all fine and heroic things but one – keep from telling their happiness to the unhappy.
  593. There are people who can look out for other human beings; there are people who can speak up when something is not right and say, ‘This is wrong, and something should be done.’
  594. There are people who cannot forget, as neither do I, the lesson of the years of the Indochina War. Which was, first, that the state is capable of being a murderer. A mass murderer, and a conspirator and a liar.
  595. There are people who do De Niro and Walken impersonations.
  596. There are people who do what they believe is right, but as they say, ‘The road to hell is paved with good intentions.’
  597. There are people who don’t like capitalism, and people who don’t like PCs. But there’s no-one who likes the PC who doesn’t like Microsoft.
  598. There are people who have benefited from therapy without being confronted with the past at all.
  599. There are people who have comfortable relationships with power and people with natural antagonism to power. I think it’s easy to guess where I am in that.
  600. There are people who have money and people who are rich.
  601. There are people who say, ‘Oh this guy is quite thick.’ I think the reason is that, increasingly, I don’t mind being simple in terms of literary expression. Others say, ‘No, no, no. He went to Cambridge. He got a good degree. He must be Einstein.’
  602. There are people who want to make men’s lives more difficult for no other reason than the chance it provides them afterwards to offer their prescription for alleviating life; their Christianity, for instance.
  603. There are people who would rather choke than go see my movies. They write me letters all the time.
  604. There are people with otherwise chaotic and disorganized lives, a certain type of person that’s always found a home in the restaurant business in much the same way that a lot of people find a home in the military.
  605. There are plenty of dead scientists I admire, but I can’t think of any living ones. This is probably because it is only in retrospect that one can see who made the important contributions.
  606. There are plenty of people out there talking about how difficult it is for some of us to just deal with all the stuff we already have, from packed closets that need organizers to storage spaces to maintenance costs, etc. Lots of people are reevaluating whether or not they need giant garages full of stuff and finding that they don’t.
  607. There are plenty of people who have legs who are way more disabled than me.
  608. There are practical little things in housekeeping which no man really understands.
  609. There are probably a few library fines I haven’t paid yet, but I’m a pretty clean-cut guy overall.
  610. There are proofs that date back to the Greeks that are still valid today.
  611. There are psychological repercussions to illness and we need a little more help to get through the effects not only on the afflicted but on the family. And I think there’s even a place for humor in that.
  612. There are really two things that have to occur in order for a new technology to be affordable to the mass market. One is you need economies of scale. The other is you need to iterate on the design. You need to go through a few versions.
  613. There are receptors to these molecules in your immune system, in your gut and in your heart. So when you say, ‘I have a gut feeling’ or ‘my heart is sad’ or ‘I am bursting with joy,’ you’re not speaking metaphorically. You’re speaking literally.
  614. There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.
  615. There are seasons in every country when noise and impudence pass current for worth; and in popular commotions especially, the clamors of interested and factious men are often mistaken for patriotism.
  616. There are several good protections against temptation, but the surest is cowardice.
  617. There are shows that are monolithic successes on TV that nobody in the business ever watches one episode of.
  618. There are skeptics who do not come to their view because they have a source of income from carbon polluters.
  619. There are slavish souls who carry their appreciation for favors done them so far that they strangle themselves with the rope of gratitude.
  620. There are so many cruel decisions parents have to make when their child dies. The funeral director requested a sheet for the coffin, and I sent the cozy flannel one, pale blue with happy snowmen, that had just been put away with the winter linens.
  621. There are so many different kinds of relationships, so it’s sort of difficult to define what is considered normal.
  622. There are so many different sub-societies inside of Syria.
  623. There are so many different varieties of HIV out there.
  624. There are so many emoticons these days, I’m kind of old fashioned.
  625. There are so many impassioned winemakers. I think there are more impassioned winemakers than chefs.
  626. There are so many men and women who hold no distinctive positions but whose contribution towards the development of society has been enormous.
  627. There are so many people who just want a flashy object in front of their eyes and don’t want to think at all; I find that disturbing.
  628. There are so many people who try so hard and have such big dreams, and it doesn’t happen for them.
  629. There are so many people working so hard and achieving so little.
  630. There are so many songs in my heart and in my brain. I wake up at 2 in the morning, and I have to get up and sing them. There are so many of them, it’s ridiculous.
  631. There are so many things to be lucky for. Lucky to be healthy, lucky to be, like, beautiful. Lucky to be living in America.
  632. There are some beautiful books out there. But the ones that leave me cold are the ones where I feel – it’s that postmodern thing – it’s more experimentation with language than it is a deep compassionate falling into another human being’s experience.
  633. There are some Christian people who taste and see and enjoy religion in their own souls, and who get at a deeper knowledge of it than books can ever give them, though they should search all their days.
  634. There are some days when you don’t feel like being Alan Cumming.
  635. There are some elements of digital photography that I don’t really like, such as the fact that you see the results immediately.
  636. There are some four million different kinds of animals and plants in the world. Four million different solutions to the problems of staying alive.
  637. There are some fundamental values it’s impossible to be wrong about.
  638. There are some important differences between me and Tony Stark, like I have five kids, so I spend more time going to Disneyland than parties.
  639. There are some loony people in this world!
  640. There are some mosques with facilities for women; it’s usually a back room with a back-door entrance.
  641. There are some movies that I would like to forget, for the rest of my life. But even those movies teach me things.
  642. There are some movies that I would like to forget, for the rest of my life – really! But even those movies that I’d like to forget teach me things.
  643. There are some people who are Burger King people, and there are some people who are McDonald’s people.
  644. There are some people who cannot watch every film because of age. They might watch only three films in a year.
  645. There are some people who have trouble recognizing a mess.
  646. There are some people who need to wear a label round their necks to show that they are Christians at all, or else we might mistake them for sinners, their actions are so like those of the ungodly.
  647. There are some screw-ups headed your way. I wish I could tell you that there was a trick to avoiding the screw-ups… but they’re coming for ya. It’s a combination of life being unpredictable, and you being super dumb.
  648. There are some things which are so horrific that some people feel they can’t do anything about it: that the natural, understandable response is to tune it out.
  649. There are some times when you make films and you travel places, and the take that people in the business have is that the worst way to see a city is to shoot there, because you work these long 12, 13 and 14-hour days, and you go home to the hotel, you eat, and you pass out.
  650. There are some who speak well and write badly. For the place and the audience warm them, and draw from their minds more than they think of without that warmth.
  651. There are standards of the game that FIFA governs and promises to uphold.
  652. There are still so many places on our planet that remain unexplored. I’d love to one day peel back the mystery and understand them.
  653. There are strings in the human heart that had better not be vibrated.
  654. There are such beings as vampires, some of us have evidence that they exist. Even had we not the proof of our own unhappy experience, the teachings and the records of the past give proof enough for sane peoples.
  655. There are teachers in the United States who cry in the daytime because they see a child or children who haven’t eaten properly, children who haven’t used soap in so long.
  656. There are techniques of Buddhism, such as meditation, that anyone can adopt. And, of course, there are Christian monks and nuns who already use Buddhist methods in order to develop their devotion, compassion, and ability to forgive.
  657. There are techniques of Buddhism, such as meditation, that anyone can adopt.
  658. There are things about organized religion which I resent. Christ is revered as the Prince of Peace, but more blood has been shed in His name than any other figure in history. You show me one step forward in the name of religion, and I’ll show you a hundred retrogressions.
  659. There are things I take sides about, like capital punishment, which it seems to me there is only one side about: it is evil. But there are two or three sides to sexual harassment, and the moment you get into particular cases, there is injustice in every conceivable direction. It’s a mess.
  660. There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.
  661. There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors.
  662. There are things which a man is afraid to tell even to himself, and every decent man has a number of such things stored away in his mind.
  663. There are those, I know, who will reply that the liberation of humanity, the freedom of man and mind, is nothing but a dream. They are right. It is. It is the American Dream.
  664. There are those on Wall Street and in the plutocracy who feel that Geithner is a hero who deftly steered the country from economic ruin. To many ordinary Americans, however, he is considered a Wall Street puppet and a servant of the so-called banksters.
  665. There are those who believe Black people possess the secret of joy and that it is this that will sustain them through any spiritual or moral or physical devastation.
  666. There are those who contend that it does not benefit African-Americans to get them into the University of Texas where they do not do well, as opposed to having them go to a less-advanced school, a slower-track school where they do well.
  667. There are those who give with joy, and that joy is their reward.
  668. There are those who will say that the liberation of humanity, the freedom of man and mind is nothing but a dream. They are right. It is the American Dream.
  669. There are thousands of Palestinians in prison virtually for no reason.
  670. There are three faithful friends – an old wife, an old dog, and ready money.
  671. There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.
  672. There are three lessons in philanthropy – one, involve the family, especially the spouse. She can be a remarkable driver of your initiative. Two, you need to build an institution, and you need to scale it up. Choose a leader for philanthropy whom you trust. Three, philanthropy needs patience, tenacity and time.
  673. There are three methods to gaining wisdom. The first is reflection, which is the highest. The second is limitation, which is the easiest. The third is experience, which is the bitterest.
  674. There are three musts that hold us back: I must do well. You must treat me well. And the world must be easy.
  675. There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self.
  676. There are three things I look for in a story – it has to be a thriller; I cannot see myself writing literary fiction or a saga! There has to be a historical connection; otherwise, the adrenalin will not flow. And I will try to bridge the gap between ‘Rozabal’ and ‘Chanakya’.
  677. There are three things that people pick up on the instant they walk into your home on Thanksgiving. They will be able to feel the human energy. They’ll smell the food. And they will see, instantly, the table.
  678. There are three things you can do in a baseball game. You can win, or you can lose, or it can rain.
  679. There are three types of people in the world: Those who get things done, those who watch things getting done, and those who wonder what’s going on.
  680. There are three types of people in this world: the ones who can count, and those who can’t.
  681. There are three types of people in this world: the ones who keep you alive, the ones who would otherwise cause you to die, and the ones who somehow manage to do both at the same time.
  682. There are times and places for tune-ups and stay-busy fights.
  683. There are times as a parent when you realize that your job is not to be the parent you always imagined you’d be, the parent you always wished you had. Your job is to be the parent your child needs, given the particulars of his or her own life and nature.
  684. There are times I can’t even figure myself out.
  685. There are times I try to look older. And then there are times I look too young.
  686. There are times in my life when I just want to be by myself.
  687. There are times, like after a long day of work, when the thought of an easy drive-through is enticing. But then I remember how crappy I felt when I ate fast food in the past, and it inspires me to head to the grocery store or my local farmer’s market and whip up an easy but healthier option.
  688. There are times my stories become – what I feel – not only accessible to hearing me on television, but they make wonderful reading.
  689. There are times that everyone hates his or her job. Were they freed from the economic consequences of having these jobs, they’d drop out of the workforce. There are only two problems with this strategy: First, someone has to pay for it; second, it is not the recipe for human fulfillment.
  690. There are times when a leader must move out ahead of the flock, go off in a new direction, confident that he is leading his people the right way.
  691. There are times when fear is good. It must keep its watchful place at the heart’s controls.
  692. There are times when I am directing, and there are a couple of moments I didn’t get the way I wanted, but I know I still have other angles to shoot and I have to be done by noon; I move on.
  693. There are times when I feel like I’m a traveling minister. I’m trying to go out and get kids to pick-up yard sale instruments and change the world.
  694. There are times when I prefer a cerebral moment with an artist, and I’ll just enjoy the wit of a Picabia or a Duchamp. It amuses me that they thought that what they did would be a good way of making art.
  695. There are times when one would like to hang the whole human race, and finish the farce.
  696. There are tons of black girls modeling, and each one is special.
  697. There are too many accidents that can befall life on a single planet.
  698. There are too many people that depend on me. I’m too obligated. I’m in too far to get out.
  699. There are trees of a thousand sorts, and all have their several fruits; and I feel the most unhappy man in the world not to know them, for I am well assured that they are all valuable. I bring home specimens of them, and also of the land.
  700. There are two great forces, God’s force of good and the devil’s force of evil, and I believe Satan is alive and he is working, and he is working harder than ever, and we have many mysteries that we don’t understand.
  701. There are two important things to remember about ‘entitlements’: They are hugely popular programs for a very good reason, and actual sensible ‘reform’ would mean improving them, not sacrificing them at the altar of ‘fiscal responsibility.’
  702. There are two kinds of artists left: those who endorse Pepsi and those who simply won’t.
  703. There are two kinds of people in this world. ‘I’ people and ‘we’ people. I’ve always tried to be a ‘we’ person.
  704. There are two kinds of people one can call reasonable: those who serve God with all their heart because they know him, and those who seek him with all their heart because they do not know him.
  705. There are two kinds of people: those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, ‘All right, then, have it your way.’
  706. There are two kinds of stones, as everyone knows, one of which rolls.
  707. There are two kinds of terrorism. Rational terrorism such as Palestinian terrorism and apocalyptic terrorism like Sept. 11. You have to distinguish between the two.
  708. There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.
  709. There are two sayings that are familiar in every news room across the country: 1. sex sells; 2. if it bleeds it leads.
  710. There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil.
  711. There are two sides to every story, and sometimes three, four, and five.
  712. There are two things that are more difficult than making an after-dinner speech: climbing a wall which is leaning toward you and kissing a girl who is leaning away from you.
  713. There are two things that give me perfect happiness – doing the perfect shot and travelling. I get stressed, really stressed by the fact that there is just so much to see and I am not going to live long enough to visit all the places I want to.
  714. There are two things which a democratic people will always find very difficult – to begin a war and to end it.
  715. There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart’s desire. The other is to gain it.
  716. There are two types of people in the world: Chuck Norris and people that suck.
  717. There are two types of people in the world; the people who control it, and the people that should.
  718. There are two types of people in the world: Those who sort people into different categories, and those who don’t.
  719. There are two types of people that go around beardless; boys and women, and I am neither.
  720. There are two types of stories: public and private.
  721. There are two types of warriors: the one that rides through on his horse and tries to slay everyone, and the sniper. I try to be more like the sniper. Bang. Bang. Bang. Break them down, shot by shot.
  722. There are two ways of being happy: We must either diminish our wants or augment our means – either may do – the result is the same and it is for each man to decide for himself and to do that which happens to be easier.
  723. There are two ways of exerting one’s strength: one is pushing down, the other is pulling up.
  724. There are two worlds we live in: a material world, bound by the laws of physics, and the world inside our mind, which is just as important.
  725. There are unknown forces in nature; when we give ourselves wholly to her, without reserve, she lends them to us; she shows us these forms, which our watching eyes do not see, which our intelligence does not understand or suspect.
  726. There are various eyes. Even the Sphinx has eyes: and as a result there are various truths, and as a result there is no truth.
  727. There are very few good examples of effective, nurturing leadership that unlocks people’s potential or even enthusiasm.
  728. There are very few human beings who receive the truth, complete and staggering, by instant illumination. Most of them acquire it fragment by fragment, on a small scale, by successive developments, cellularly, like a laborious mosaic.
  729. There are very few monsters who warrant the fear we have of them.
  730. There are very honest people who do not think that they have had a bargain unless they have cheated a merchant.
  731. There are very powerful and wealthy special interests who want to privatize or dismember virtually every function that government now performs, whether it is Social Security, Medicare, public education or the Postal Service.
  732. There are victories of the soul and spirit. Sometimes, even if you lose, you win.
  733. There are vivid memories from my childhood – what we had to go through because of low wages and the conditions, basically because there was no union. I suppose, if I wanted to be fair, I could say that I’m trying to settle a personal score. I could dramatize it by saying that I want to bring social justice to farm workers.
  734. There are websites that any government wants to block. The truth about the Internet is that it’s extremely hard to block anything – extremely hard. You’ll never get perfect blocking.
  735. There are winners and there are losers. And as much as we would like to help the losers, if we do it in the way that directs the limited capital of the society to support the low-productivity parts of the economy, it means that the rest of the economy – our overall standard of living – will not rise as much as it could.
  736. There are women who can make you feel more with their bodies and their souls, but these are the exact women who will turn the knife into you right in front of the crowd. Of course, I expect this, but the knife still cuts.
  737. There are women who get divorced in order to punish. Out of this bitter, bitter hatred that some of these women have for their ex-husbands, they turn their children against them.
  738. There are worlds of experience beyond the world of the aggressive man, beyond history, and beyond science. The moods and qualities of nature and the revelations of great art are equally difficult to define; we can grasp them only in the depths of our perceptive spirit.
  739. There aren’t many roles that are interesting if you’re a 40-year-old woman, unless you’re Julia Roberts or Cate Blanchett.
  740. There aren’t that many superstars around anymore.
  741. There can be a progression to the dream; there can be steps to it. When you dissect any successful person’s story, it’s really rare that it was all or nothing. It’s steps, and I just try to remind myself of that in terms of the things that I want; it’s like, everything is a step, leading you to where you need to go.
  742. There can be economy only where there is efficiency.
  743. There can be no better prize for a writer than one awarded by an international book fair.
  744. There can be no compromise regarding corruption.
  745. There can be no deep disappointment where there is not deep love.
  746. There can be no democracy without truth. There can be no truth without controversy, there can be no change without freedom. Without freedom there can be no progress.
  747. There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.
  748. There can be no knowledge without emotion. We may be aware of a truth, yet until we have felt its force, it is not ours. To the cognition of the brain must be added the experience of the soul.
  749. There can be no wise politics without thought beforehand.
  750. There can be nothing more humiliating for a writer of fiction to have to do than restate a case that has already been made.
  751. There can be problems with extended families, and it can get a little close for comfort. But for the younger generations, it’s clear that this option is becoming almost as appealing as living alone.
  752. There cannot be a God because if there were one, I could not believe that I was not He.
  753. There cannot be a stronger natural right than that of a man’s making the best profit he can of the natural produce of his lands.
  754. There cannot be any impediment to science that will ultimately be good to the general public.
  755. There certainly is a case to be made that taxes should be more progressive.
  756. There comes a time in every man’s life, and I’ve had plenty of them.
  757. There comes a time when people get tired of being pushed out of the glittering sunlight of life’s July and left standing amid the piercing chill of an alpine November.
  758. There comes a time when the mind takes a higher plane of knowledge but can never prove how it got there.
  759. There could be no fairer destiny for any physical theory than that it should point the way to a more comprehensive theory in which it lives on as a limiting case.
  760. There could be no honor in a sure success, but much might be wrested from a sure defeat.
  761. There could be shadow galaxies, shadow stars, and even shadow people.
  762. There doesn’t seem to be any other way of creating the next green revolution without GMOs.
  763. There exists in some parts of the world sanctimonious criticism of America’s death penalty, as somehow unworthy of a civilized society.
  764. There has been a lot of self-doubt and unwelcome events in my life.
  765. There has been a rather unpleasant sensibility apparent in Frank Miller’s work for quite a long time.
  766. There has been treatment for hepatitis C, but the treatment has not been overwhelmingly effective, number 1. And number 2, it has had considerable toxicity.
  767. There has never yet been a man in our history who led a life of ease whose name is worth remembering.
  768. There has to be a balance between your mental satisfaction and the financial needs of your company.
  769. There has to be a global mission of human progress.
  770. There has to be a protagonist who has to overcome challenges, and there will be a race to finish.
  771. There has to be something in every role that interests you.
  772. There have been a handful of assignments over the years that I’ve had to turn down due to time constraints, and I was fairly envious when I saw the finished product, beautifully illustrated by someone else.
  773. There have been great champions in every generation.
  774. There have been many great men that have flattered the people who ne’er loved them.
  775. There have been several Duchesses of Westminster but there is only one Chanel!
  776. There have been times – and not just on ‘The Newsroom,’ but on ‘The West Wing,’ ‘Sports Night,’ ‘Studio 60’… – where it was hard to look the cast and crew in the eye, when I put a script on the table that I knew just wasn’t good enough.
  777. There have been times that I’ve wept as I’ve gone from city to city and I’ve seen how far people have wandered from God.
  778. There have been times when I’ve been broke, and a job came along, and I’ve said, ‘Yeah! Let’s do it!’ But I will never do something without having a feeling of knowing how to play it. I’ve been in projects that I felt terrible about afterwards, but I’ve always had something that sparked me while I was doing it.
  779. There have been times when we’ve been playing, and people who were sick were totally healed.
  780. There have been two great accidents in my life. One was the trolley, and the other was Diego. Diego was by far the worst.
  781. There have definitely been more than a few moments in my life where I’m wondering where the next paycheck will come from and how I’m gonna pay rent.
  782. There have only been about a half dozen genuinely important events in the four-billion-year saga of life on Earth: single-celled life, multicelled life, differentiation into plants and animals, movement of animals from water to land, and the advent of mammals and consciousness.
  783. There have to be reasons that you get up in the morning and you want to live. Why do you want to live? What’s the point? What inspires you? What do you love about the future? If the future does not include being out there among the stars and being a multi-planet species, I find that incredibly depressing.
  784. There, in the chords and melodies, is everything I want to say. The words just jolly it along. It’s always been my way of expressing what, for me, is inexpressible by any other means.
  785. There is a big difference between what I do onstage and what I do in my private life. I don’t put my living room on magazine pages.
  786. There is a blessed necessity by which the interest of men is always driving them to the right; and, again, making all crime mean and ugly.
  787. There is a board game called Settlers of Catan. That is what I play. I am so embarrassed.
  788. There is a boundary to men’s passions when they act from feelings; but none when they are under the influence of imagination.
  789. There is a certain aesthetic pleasure in trying to imagine the unimaginable and failing, if you are a reader.
  790. There is a certain age at which a child looks at you in all earnestness and delivers a long, pleased speech in all the true inflections of spoken English, but with not one recognizable syllable.
  791. There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.
  792. There is a certain majesty in simplicity which is far above all the quaintness of wit.
  793. There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.
  794. There is a charm in making a stew, to the unaccustomed cook, from the excitement of wondering what the result will be, and whether any flavour save that of onions will survive the competition in the mixture.
  795. There is a comfortable feeling in small towns. It is salubrious.
  796. There is a continuous stream of opinions on governance issues expressed daily, not only in our Parliament and in the print media, but also on talk-radio and social media.
  797. There is a deep-felt desire among the people to stand firmly together in dealing with the challenges of the future.
  798. There is a difference between a book of two hundred pages from the very beginning, and a book of two hundred pages which is the result of an original eight hundred pages. The six hundred are there. Only you don’t see them.
  799. There is a difference between happiness and wisdom: he that thinks himself the happiest man is really so; but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool.
  800. There is a difference between what technology enables and what historical business practices enable.
  801. There is a famous saying: ‘It’s hard to be a Jew.’ It’s also hard to be a Palestinian. I know that.
  802. There is a fear of emotion in tennis.
  803. There is a feeling among the Arabs – encouraging terrorist activity is part of the broad new Arab strategy – that sooner or later, Israel will be forced to withdraw from Samaria, Judea and Gaza.
  804. There is a fetishization of victimization in our culture. And I just am not interested in victimhood.
  805. There is a fine balance between honoring the past and losing yourself in it. For example, you can acknowledge and learn from mistakes you made, and then move on and refocus on the now. It is called forgiving yourself.
  806. There is a fine line between coincidence and fate.
  807. There is a fine line between stupid and clever
  808. There is a fundamental question we all have to face. How are we to live our lives; by what principles and moral values will we be guided and inspired?
  809. There is a hidden agenda in the fragility of romance.
  810. There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supercedes all other courts.
  811. There is a huge number of people outside our borders who would love to come here. In fact, many of them come here, get well educated, and then are required to leave… This is a factor in income inequality.
  812. There is a law that man should love his neighbor as himself. In a few hundred years it should be as natural to mankind as breathing or the upright gait; but if he does not learn it he must perish.
  813. There is a level of cowardice lower than that of the conformist: the fashionable non-conformist.
  814. There is a limit to how much the United States Treasury can borrow.
  815. There is a long list of psychology research demonstrating that appearances matter more than most us would care to admit. As shallow as it may be, better-looking people have been shown in various studies to have higher self-esteem and more charisma, are considered more trustworthy and are better negotiators.
  816. There is a lot of luck in football. Following England is like following Wycombe Wanders or Leyton Orient. You hope for the best and hope you are lucky.
  817. There is a lot of talk in conservative circles about judicial modesty and deferring to the political branches. That view of judging often overlooks the important role that courts have in protecting people’s rights. But if there was ever a time to defer, it is when Congress is protecting voting rights in the exact way the Constitution directs it to.
  818. There is a lot of talk now about metal detectors and gun control. Both are good things. But they are no more a solution than forks and spoons are a solution to world hunger.
  819. There is a lot that binds Germany to Turkey, and even if we have a difference of opinion on an individual matter, the breadth of our links, our friendship, our strategic ties, is great.
  820. There is a luxury in self-reproach. When we blame ourselves we feel no one else has a right to blame us.
  821. There is a method to the madness of James Patterson’s success. Co-writing with him is a terrific learning experience, particularly in the art of crafting a perfect thriller. The collaboration also gives me an opportunity to access a wider global audience.
  822. There is a moral obligation that those who have should give to those who don’t.
  823. There is a muscular energy in sunlight corresponding to the spiritual energy of wind.
  824. There is a natural aristocracy among men. The grounds of this are virtue and talents.
  825. There is a need for aloneness, which I don’t think most people realise for an actor. It’s almost having certain kinds of secrets for yourself that you’ll let the whole world in on only for a moment, when you’re acting. But everybody is always tugging at you. They’d all like sort of a chunk of you.
  826. There is a paranoid streak in American life. Radio talk show hosts tend to foment that paranoid streak in American life.
  827. There is a piece of me that likes to fondly imagine my maverick and rebellious nature. But, more accurately, I like to have a nice and cosy institution that I can rub up against a little bit.
  828. There is a power in God’s gospel beyond all description.
  829. There is a real danger that computers will develop intelligence and take over. We urgently need to develop direct connections to the brain so that computers can add to human intelligence rather than be in opposition.
  830. There is a rollicking kindness that looks like malice.
  831. There is a sense in which the United States ambassador speaks to the United States, as well as for the United States. I have always seen my role as a thermostat rather than a thermometer. So I’m going to be actively working… for my own concerns. I have always had people advise me on what to say, but never on what not to say.
  832. There is a single thread of attitude, a single direction of flow, that joins our present time to its early burgeoning in Mediterranean civilization.
  833. There is a spiritual hunger in the world today – and it cannot be satisfied by better cars on longer credit terms.
  834. There is a sufficiency in the world for man’s need but not for man’s greed.
  835. There is a syndrome in sports called ‘paralysis by analysis.’
  836. There is a tendency by a lot of officials to hide behind the king. And it’s about time that officials take their responsibility and are responsible in front of the people.
  837. There is a tendency for things to right themselves.
  838. There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
  839. There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt.
  840. There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat. And we must take the current when it serves, or lose our ventures.
  841. There is a time to be quiet and a time to talk.
  842. There is a time to take counsel of your fears, and there is a time to never listen to any fear.
  843. There is a very fine line between loving life and being greedy for it.
  844. There is a very remarkable inclination in human nature to bestow on external objects the same emotions which it observes in itself, and to find every where those ideas which are most present to it.
  845. There is a wide, yawning black infinity. In every direction, the extension is endless; the sensation of depth is overwhelming. And the darkness is immortal. Where light exists, it is pure, blazing, fierce; but light exists almost nowhere, and the blackness itself is also pure and blazing and fierce.
  846. There is a wisdom in this beyond the rules of physic: a man’s own observation what he finds good of and what he finds hurt of is the best physic to preserve health.
  847. There is a wisdom of the head, and a wisdom of the heart.
  848. There is a woman at the begining of all great things.
  849. There is a wonderful feeling of power when you’re a director, but I don’t think I need that, and I’m OK without it.
  850. There is also something called the Legislature. There is something called the press. There is something called people. These are all different players on the stage.
  851. There is always a ‘but’ in this imperfect world.
  852. There is always a need for intoxication: China has opium, Islam has hashish, the West has woman.
  853. There is always a present and extant life, be it better or worse, which all combine to uphold.
  854. There is always a reason why, and I need to tell the stories.
  855. There is always inequality in life. Some men are killed in a war and some men are wounded and some men never leave the country. Life is unfair.
  856. There is always one more idiot than you counted on.
  857. There is always safety in valor.
  858. There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
  859. There is always something infinitely mean about other people’s tragedies.
  860. There is always something ridiculous about the emotions of people whom one has ceased to love.
  861. There is always the danger that we may just do the work for the sake of the work. This is where the respect and the love and the devotion come in – that we do it to God, to Christ, and that’s why we try to do it as beautifully as possible.
  862. There is an air of unreality in debating these arcane points when the world is changing in such dramatic ways right in front of our eyes because of global warming.
  863. There is an audience out there for literate films – slower, more observant, more human films, and they deserve to be made.
  864. There is an explosion of information happening, yet people demand quick access to relevant content that cuts through the clutter.
  865. There is an extensive body of writing from both sides of the political aisle that has analyzed the extraordinary depths of hatred leveled at former President George W. Bush.
  866. There is an immeasurable distance between late and too late.
  867. There is an increasing awareness of the interrelatedness of things. We are becoming less prone to accept an immediate solution without questioning its larger implications.
  868. There is an innocence in admiration; it is found in those to whom it has never yet occurred that they, too, might be admired some day.
  869. There is an optical illusion about every person we meet.
  870. There is an orderliness in the universe, there is an unalterable law governing everything and every being that exists or lives. It is no blind law; for no blind law can govern the conduct of living beings.
  871. There is an urgent need for a protective Ebola vaccine, and it is important to establish that a vaccine is safe and spurs the immune system to react in a way necessary to protect against infection.
  872. There is another old poet whose name I do not now remember who said, ‘Truth is the daughter of Time.’
  873. There is as much difference between the counsel that a friend giveth, and that a man giveth himself, as there is between the counsel of a friend and of a flatterer. For there is no such flatterer as is a man’s self.
  874. There is at least one point in the history of any company when you have to change dramatically to rise to the next level of performance. Miss that moment – and you start to decline.
  875. There is but one law for all, namely that law which governs all law, the law of our Creator, the law of humanity, justice, equity – the law of nature and of nations.
  876. There is but one stage for the peasant and the actor.
  877. There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide.
  878. There is creative reading as well as creative writing.
  879. There is danger that we lose sight of what our friend is absolutely, while considering what she is to us alone.
  880. There is definitely an addiction to money that I have.
  881. There is energy and power in a crisis.
  882. There is evidence that we are headed into what would be the planet’s sixth mass extinction. It’s hard to know for sure if you’re in one because a mass extinction is an event where over 75 percent of the species on the planet die out over a – usually about a million-year period. The fastest it might happen is in hundreds of thousands of years.
  883. There is far more misunderstanding of Islam than there is, I think, of the other religions of the world. So many things are said of it by those who do not belong to that faith.
  884. There is greatness in the fear of God, contentment in faith of God, and honour in humility.
  885. There is hardly a pioneer’s hut which does not contain a few odd volumes of Shakespeare. I remember reading the feudal drama of Henry V for the first time in a log cabin.
  886. There is hardly a political question in the United States which does not sooner or later turn into a judicial one.
  887. There is, hidden or flaunted, a sword between the sexes till an entire marriage reconciles them.
  888. There is hope for the future because God has a sense of humor and we are funny to God.
  889. There is hopeful symbolism in the fact that flags do not wave in a vacuum.
  890. There is – I mean – I found early in life that righteous indignation is a little off-putting, and so I try to couch it with humor.
  891. There is in general good reason to suppose that in several respects the gods could all benefit from instruction by us human beings. We humans are – more humane.
  892. There is in me an anarchy and frightful disorder. Creating makes me die a thousand deaths, because it means making order, and my entire being rebels against order. But without it I would die, scattered to the winds.
  893. There is just no comparison between having a dinner date with a man and staying home playing canasta with the girls.
  894. There is just no getting around that turning bad things into good things is up to you.
  895. There is just one life for each of us: our own.
  896. There is little doubt that an unstable Syria will destabilize the whole Middle East.
  897. There is little doubt that we are in the midst of a revolution of a much more profound and fundamental nature than the social and political revolutions of the last half century.
  898. There is little premium in poetry in a world that thinks of Pound and Whitman as a weight and a sampler, not an Ezra, a Walt, a thing of beauty, a joy forever.
  899. There is little success where there is little laughter.
  900. There is militaristic-hegemonic-plutocratic side of the U.S. which is getting out of hand and threatens to corrupt the whole republic. I remain a deeply concerned, committed admirer, but also a very worried one.
  901. There is moderation even in excess.
  902. There is more difference in the quality of our pleasures than in the amount.
  903. There is more of good nature than of good sense at the bottom of most marriages.
  904. There is more to life than increasing its speed.
  905. There is more to sex appeal than just measurements. I don’t need a bedroom to prove my womanliness. I can convey just as much sex appeal, picking apples off a tree or standing in the rain.
  906. There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.
  907. There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.
  908. There is much, of course, in the exclusive claims of Christianity which make it hostile to other faiths.
  909. There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge.
  910. There is no absurdity so palpable but that it may be firmly planted in the human head if you only begin to inculcate it before the age of five, by constantly repeating it with an air of great solemnity.
  911. There is no act of treachery or meanness of which a political party is not capable; for in politics there is no honour.
  912. There is no actual need to tighten voter ID rules: there have been extraordinarily few instances of people committing fraud at the polls.
  913. There is no austerity equal to a balanced mind, and there is no happiness equal to contentment; there is no disease like covetousness, and no virtue like mercy.
  914. There is no author whose books I look forward to more than Vaclav Smil.
  915. There is no better high than discovery.
  916. There is no birth of consciousness without pain.
  917. There is no bullet-proof vest in my size.
  918. There is no chance and anarchy in the universe. All is system and gradation. Every god is there sitting in his sphere.
  919. There is no class so pitiably wretched as that which possesses money and nothing else.
  920. There is no coming to consciousness without pain.
  921. There is no comparison between that which is lost by not succeeding and that which is lost by not trying.
  922. There is no country that has made as many concessions as Israel. Since 1967, we gave up territory that is three times the size of Israel. We showed willingness.
  923. There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.
  924. There is no darkness but ignorance.
  925. There is no denying that auto-bill pay is easier and more convenient than keeping track of and remembering to pay all of your bills each month, so it makes sense to use it for fixed expenses that you have approved and that you’re 100% comfortable with.
  926. There is no dignity in television.
  927. There is no dignity quite so impressive, and no one independence quite so important, as living within your means.
  928. There is no disgrace in an enemy suffering ill at an enemy’s hand, when you hate mutually.
  929. There is no disgrace in working. There was no silver spoon around at the time I was born.
  930. There is no dispute that Albany needs to be changed. There is no dispute that the current situation in Albany is untenable. Nobody knows that better than I do.
  931. There is no distinctly American criminal class – except Congress.
  932. There is no doubt in my mind Bill Cosby was a bad boy.
  933. There is no doubt that as an economy grows in a great way like India has, that you have to step back and change your tax systems, because you start to get more disparities of wealth.
  934. There is no doubt that life is given us, not to be enjoyed, but to be overcome; to be got over.
  935. There is no doubt that our nation’s security and defeating terrorism trump all other priorities.
  936. There is no doubt that, since 1977 and the launch of Apple II – the first computer it produced for the mass market – many things which used to be done on paper, or on the telephone, have been done easier and faster on a screen.
  937. There is no doubt the NATO-Russia Act should remain valid.
  938. There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires.
  939. There is no education like adversity.
  940. There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion.
  941. There is no failure except in no longer trying.
  942. There is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn.
  943. There is no filmmaking legislation because distributors are not interested in sharing their money with the film industry – for instance, by giving a percentage of ticket sales back to filmmakers.
  944. There is no fixed physical reality, no single perception of the world, just numerous ways of interpreting world views as dictated by one’s nervous system and the specific environment of our planetary existence.
  945. There is no force so democratic as the force of an ideal.
  946. There is no friend as loyal as a book.
  947. There is no Frigate like a book to take us lands away nor any coursers like a page of prancing Poetry.
  948. There is no gambling like politics.
  949. There is no ghost so difficult to lay as the ghost of an injury.
  950. There is no glory in battle worth the blood it costs.
  951. There is no good terror and bad terror. Terror is terror. There’s not terror that you can accept and terror that you cannot accept. Terror is terror. Murder is murder.
  952. There is no great genius without some touch of madness.
  953. There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
  954. There is no greater index of character so sure as the voice.
  955. There is no greater sorrow than to recall happiness in times of misery.
  956. There is no greater way to ensure that universities remain a hotbed of leftist thought than to guarantee that professors knight their own successors. But that’s basically how the Ph.D. system works, with sitting professors approving the work of would-be professors.
  957. There is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by mob law.
  958. There is no harm in patience, and no profit in lamentation. Death is easier to bear (than) that which precedes it, and more severe than that which comes after it. Remember the death of the Apostle of God, and your sorrow will be lessened.
  959. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken-down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.
  960. There is no higher value in our society than integrity.
  961. There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.
  962. There is no I in team, but there is in win, and there’s a u in suck.
  963. There is no ‘i’ in team but there is in win.
  964. There is no I in team, unless you spell it that way.
  965. There is no index of character so sure as the voice.
  966. There is no injustice in the grace of God. God is as just when He forgives a believer as when He casts a sinner into hell.
  967. There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period.
  968. There is no job a man can do that is undignified – if he does it well.
  969. There is no just and serene criticism as yet.
  970. There is no kind of dishonesty into which otherwise good people more easily and frequently fall than that of defrauding the government.
  971. There is no king of golf. Never has been, never will be. Golf is the most democratic game on Earth… It punishes and exalts us all with splendid equal opportunity.
  972. There is no king who has not had a slave among his ancestors, and no slave who has not had a king among his.
  973. There is no labor a person does that is undignified; if they do it right.
  974. There is no law for farm labor organizing, save the law of the jungle.
  975. There is no law of physics that says just because we’re connected, there has to be this schism between our physical lives and our digital lives.
  976. There is no logical way to the discovery of these elemental laws. There is only the way of intuition, which is helped by a feeling for the order lying behind the appearance.
  977. There is no lonelier man in death, except the suicide, than that man who has lived many years with a good wife and then outlived her. If two people love each other there can be no happy end to it.
  978. There is no love of life without despair of life.
  979. There is no ‘master plan’ on the road to the Nobel Prize. It represents a lot of hard work, a passion for that work and… being in the right place at the right time. For me, that place was Caltech.
  980. There is no more fatal blunderer than he who consumes the greater part of his life getting his living.
  981. There is no nation so powerful, as the one that obeys its laws not from principals of fear or reason, but from passion.
  982. There is no necessity to separate the monarch from the mob; all authority is equally bad.
  983. There is no need for neighborhood informants and paper dossiers if the government can see citizens’ every Web site visit, e-mail and text message.
  984. There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophies. My brain and my heart are my temples; my philosophy is kindness.
  985. There is no need to fear the dead. Only fear the living.
  986. There is no need to worry about mere size. We do not necessarily respect a fat man more than a thin man. Sir Isaac Newton was very much smaller than a hippopotamus, but we do not on that account value him less.
  987. There is no odor so bad as that which arises from goodness tainted.
  988. There is no one, says another, whom fortune does not visit once in his life; but when she does not find him ready to receive her, she walks in at the door, and flies out at the window.
  989. There is no pain so great as the memory of joy in present grief.
  990. There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.
  991. There is no person in this room whose basic rights are not involved in any successful defiance to the carrying out of court orders.
  992. There is no physical activity. All entertainment is happening in phone. Films can also be seen in laptop, so no one is visiting cinema halls.
  993. There is no physical law precluding particles from being organised in ways that perform even more advanced computations than the arrangements of particles in human brains.
  994. There is no place, no country, more compassionate more generous more accepting and more welcoming than the United States of America.
  995. There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is having lots to do and not doing it.
  996. There is no point at which you can say, ‘Well, I’m successful now. I might as well take a nap.’
  997. There is no power on earth that can neutralize the influence of a high, simple and useful life.
  998. There is no prejudice that the work of art does not finally overcome.
  999. There is no principle worth the name if it is not wholly good.
  1000. There is no problem so big it cannot be run away from.

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