Johan Huizinga Quotes
Revolution as an ideal concept always preserves the essential content of the original thought: sudden and lasting betterment.
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I join with Governor Rick Snyder and thousands of grassroots supporters and activists from across the state of Michigan in asking you all to please help me in supporting Pete Hoekstra, who I am proud to endorse. He will be our next United States senator.
Candice S. Miller
Never speak to an invalid from behind, nor from the door, nor from any distance from him, nor when he is doing anything. The official politeness of servants in these things is so grateful to invalids, that many prefer, without knowing why, having none but servants about them.
I always wanted to go to the Chavez school but I could never afford it when I was growing up so a lot of my learning came from magic books and watching other magicians. I was also very lucky that I had a couple of really good magic teachers.
Since Auschwitz, we know what man is capable of. And since Hiroshima, we know what is at stake.
Viktor E. Frankl
Ranger fans, they're expecting you to win, so you really want to show up every day.
The man who is intent on making the most of his opportunities is too busy to bother about luck.
B. C. Forbes
Sometimes I think sportsmanship is a little bit forgotten in place of the individual attention.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
If anybody's getting a shot, somebody's getting a shot against me because I'm the guy to beat.
The day of the absolute is over, and we're in for the strange gods once more.
D. H. Lawrence
I think what happened during the Great Depression was that African Americans understood that Republicans championed citizenship and voting rights but they became impatient for economic emancipation.
As a teenager, rather than setting myself on a course to pursue fame (quite common growing up in L.A., the entertainment capital of the world), happiness, fulfillment, and spiritual enlightenment (also quite common), I skipped right on to trying to be successful. 'Let's just get on with it,' I felt. 'Onward' became my motto.
Would that well-thinking people should be replaced by thinking ones.
Natalie Clifford Barney