A time will come when men will stretch out their eyes. They should see planets like our Earth.

By : Christopher Wren 0 Likes          


If you start by promising what you don't even have yet, you'll lose your desire to work towards getting it.

By : Paulo Coelho

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The odd thing is if you asked me to do the accent now I would find it very difficult unless I was also playing that part, because I associate it so much with entering into the role and stepping into someone else's shoes.

By : Emily Mortimer

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We were in the heart of the ghetto in Chicago during the Depression, and every block - it was probably the biggest black ghetto in America - every block also is the spawning ground practically for every gangster, black and white, in America too.

By : Quincy Jones

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I know when I was here prosecuting homicides in the District of Columbia, one of the most effective units here was the cold case squad, which had on it FBI agents, as well as Metropolitan Police Department homicide detectives working together.

By : Robert Mueller

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We do not see nature with our eyes, but with our understandings and our hearts.

By : William Hazlitt

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I'm not really one of those people who believes that if you're a musician you can just leave that behind and start getting into politics.

By : Damon Albarn

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I'd rather have happiness than money. People ask for it. Sometimes when I don't have it. I make other people's problems my problem because they want me to

By : Brenda Fassie

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The artistic process in digital art is very much the same as for making other kinds of paintings.

By : Buffy Sainte-Marie

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Love is three quarters curiosity.

By : Giacomo Casanova

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Martin Luther King said, and it is sadly still true, that one of the most segregated times in America is the hour of worship.

By : Barney Frank

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As the births of living creatures are at first ill-shapen, so are all innovations, which are the births of time.

By : Francis Bacon

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We were growing up in West Virginia. Everybody was poor there in the southern part of the state. It was like growing up in the Great Depression from the stories I hear people tell. Everybody was poor and so we didn't know that we were any different from anybody else.

By : James Green Somerville

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