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 Herbert George Wells - “His studies were pursued but never effectually overtaken.”  
 Samuel Johnson - “There is nothing too little for so little a creature as man. It is by studying little things that we attain the great art of having as little misery and as much happiness as possible.”  
 Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe - “In the end we retain from our studies only that which we practically apply.”  
 Marcus Tullius Cicero - “These studies are a spur to the young, a delight to the old an ornament in prosperity, a consoling refuge in adversity they are pleasure for us at home, and no burden abroad they stay up with us at night, they accompany us when we travel, they are with us in our country visits.”  
 Samuel Butler, the Younger - “Some who had received a liberal education at the Colleges of Unreason, and taken the highest degrees in hypothetics, which are their principal study.”  
 Francis Bacon - “I would live to study, not study to live.”  
 Francis Bacon - “Studies serve for delight, for ornaments, and for ability.”  
 Samuel Johnson - “There is nothing too little for so little a creature as man. It is by studying little things that we attain there at knowledge of having as little misery and as much happiness as possible.”  
 Samuel Johnson - “The mental disease of the present generation is impatience of study, contempt of the great masters of ancient wisdom, And a disposition to rely wholly upon unassisted genius and natural sagacity.”  
 Michel de Montaigne - “As plants are suffocated and drowned with too much moisture, and lamps with too much oil, so is the active part of the understanding with too much study.”