03 June 2006

Quotable Quotes

1.The best principle of economy is not to think twice whether you can afford it but to think well whether you really need it.

2. Neither you nor the world knows what you can do until you have tried.

3. Talent is nurtured in solitude and character amid the tempests of the world.

4. Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.

5. The consciousness of duty performed well gives us music at night.

6. Love and duty go hand in hand but love makes duty a joy.

7. To give love is true freedom; to demand love is pure slavery.

8. Begin with duties and rights will follow as spring follows winter.

9. He labours in vain who tries to please all.

10. All things are difficult before they become easy.

11. Anyone who conducts an arguement by appealling to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using
his memory. --- Leonardo Da Vinci

12. Be reserved but not sour; grave but not formal; bold but not rash; humble but not servile; patient but not
insensilble; constant but not obstinate; cheerful, not light; rather sweet than familiar; familiar than intimate
and intimate with very few and upon very good grounds. Return the civilities thou receivest and be grateful
for the favours. --- William Penn.

13. The satisfaction of our senses is low, short and transient. But the mind gives a more raised and extended
pleasure and is capable of a happiness founded upon reason; not bounded and limited by circumstances
that bodies are confined to. ---- William Penn

14. Oh, how sordid man has grown ! Man the noblest creature in the world as a god on earth and the image
of Him that made it; thus to mistake earth for heaven and worship GOLD for GOD. ---William Penn

15. There is no future in any job; the future lies in the person who holds the job.



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