Ernst Cassirer Quotes
Man is always inclined to regard the small circle in which he lives as the center of the world and to make his particular, private life the standard of the universe and to make his particular, private life the standard of the universe. But he must give up this vain pretense, this petty provincial way of thinking and judging.
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We can help a whole lot of people if we could figure out a way to expand Medicaid and get people the care that they need.
I dedicated my 20s, my passion and energy to the name 'Rain.' I always did my best, and I thought if I did, it would eventually show, and even if it didn't turn out well, I wouldn't have any regrets.
When you live in a condo complex with people next door, I don't know how you can be dead for four months without anybody noticing you not coming and going.
Film and TV and stuff like that was something that I wanted to do when I was really, really little; like, I remember I used to do these plays with my cousins. We used to do Michael Jackson performances, and I would be Michael.
I don't think you can tell the objective truth about a person. That's why people write novels.
A. N. Wilson
I have always been a movie buff and had no interest in any games and sports. I do not even watch cricket, which is one of the favourite games of most of my friends. However, I have become a wrestling fan after 'Dangal.'
Fatima Sana Shaikh
Therefore, since the world has stillMuch good, but much less good than ill,And while the sun and moon endureLuck’s a chance, but trouble’s sureI’d face it as a wise man would,And train for ill and not for good.
A. E. Housman
I'd like to imagine I won't end up in hell, but I think I've done too much acid and listened to too much death metal to sit on a cloud next to God with angels floating above my head.
What's the point of being an Australian guy traveling through India if you are going to go to India to meet other Australians?
I reckon I tried everything on the old apple, but salt and pepper and chocolate sauce topping.
I don't really know of the Jewish tradition of comedy, only the Jewish tradition of not keeping your mouth shut. Complaining about all that is hard, unfair or ridiculous in life-having strong feelings, and not being able to suppress them. That, to me, is Jewish.
I believe, and always have, that America must engage - not retreat - in the world.