Inspiring Quotes

Here lies a gentleman bold Who was so very brave He went to lengths untold, And on the brink of the grave Death had on him no hold. By the world he set small store-- He frightened it to the core-- Yet somehow, by Fate's plan, Though he'd lived a crazy man, When he died he was sane once more.
The genuine essence of truth never dies.
Childhood is like a mirror, which reflects in afterlife the images first presented to it. The first thing continues forever with the child. The first joy, the first sorrow, the first success, the first failure, the first achievement, the first misadventure, paint the foreground of his life.
Love is a terrible weakness. It gives your enemies a perfect target, clouds your judgement, makes you reckless... and that's on a good day.
This is Buffalo, New York. It's like. Scranton without the charm.
Author: Ken Ludwig
Rumor had it that he was homosexual; in reality, in recent years, he was simply a garden-variety alcoholic.
I am a small man who wants to do big things for small people.
Newton's great generalization, which he called the
Why should a manufacturer bet his money, perhaps the future of his company, on your instinct?
Author: David Ogilvy
Education should be the process of helping everyone to discover his uniqueness, to teach him how to develop that uniqueness, and then to show him how to share it because that's the only reason for having anything.
The rust of the mind is the destruction of genius.
I had lots of breaks. I guess the one that got my foot in the door was singing the National Anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City in '74.
'The Queen Is Dead' is not merely the Smiths' best album, but it is one of those timeless, perfect, inexhaustible artifacts that could only have been made by a gang of sullen, sun-deprived rock & roll boys fighting off adulthood tooth and nail.
Oh dear, you are confusing molecular science with ancient history.
Author: Dean Hamer
There's not much makeup in the army, is there? No. They only have that nighttime look, and that's a bit slapdash, isn't it?
Author: Eddie Izzard
It is always easier to take the words of a Jesus, a Gandhi, a Marx, or a Confucius as constituting Holy Writ. This involves less reading, less study, less thought, less conflict, and less independent searching, but it also means less growth toward maturity.
Poetry became my doctor, my lover...
Author: J. Ivy
The single greatest invention man ever conceived in the dollar bill, because I don't want to know the conversion rate for coconuts.
Author: John Smith