My Favorite Quotes
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 Proverb - “When you say one thing, the clever person understands three.”  
 Proverb - “A clever person turns great troubles into little ones and little ones into none at all.”  
 C.S. Lewis - “In those days a boy on the classical side officially did almost nothing but classics. I think this was wise the greatest service we can to education today is to teach few subjects. No one has time to do more than a very few things well before he is twenty, and when we force a boy to be a mediocrity in a dozen subjects we destroy his standards, perhaps for life.”  
 Wilbur Wright - “Men become wise just as they become rich, more by what they save than by what they receive.”  
 Bob Wise - “Well the first order of government is to preserve the public order and safety.”  
 William Whitelaw - “It is never wise to try to appear to be more clever than you are. It is sometimes wise to appear slightly less so.”  
 Robert Wise - “I've always been proud of being a Hoosier. When I talk to people, I tell them that.”  
 James Tobin - “My father also happened to be an intellectual, as learned, literate, informed, and curious as anyone I have known. Unobtrusively and casually, he was my wise and gentle teacher.”  
 John S. Wise - “Wealthy men, too, like several of those in our neighborhood, had so many slaves that they were compelled to buy other plantations on which to employ them.”  
 John S. Wise - “Virginians were no more angels or philanthropists than people to the north or to the south of them. They were moved by their affections, their interest, and their resentments, just as humanity is moved to-day.”  
 John S. Wise - “The first American ancestor of our name was a younger son of these old Devonshire people, and came to the Virginia colony in the reign of Charles the First.”  
 John S. Wise - “Of private differences personal to himself, my brother had none.”  
 John S. Wise - “In those days, slavery was not looked upon, even in Quaker Philadelphia, with the shudder and abhorrence one feels towards it now.”  
 John S. Wise - “In the year 1857, passing through Washington on our return from the annual visit to Philadelphia, I had the distinguished honor of visiting a President for the first time.”  
 John S. Wise - “In such a condition of affairs, the practical difference between the abolitionist and the sympathizer, to the man who lost his slave and could not recover it, was very nebulous.”  
 John S. Wise - “America is good enough for us.”  
 Shel Silverstein - “Tell me I'm clever, Tell me I'm kind, Tell me I'm talented, Tell me I'm cute, Tell me I'm sensitive, Graceful and wise, Tell me I'm perfect - But tell me the truth.”  
 Cat Stevens - “There was no division I could see between the essential teaching of all Prophets and wise men of religion.”  
 Robert Stack - “This show television wise its quite different from motion papers, you get to come into people's homes and become in a sense part of their life.”  
 Sophocles - “A wise man does not chatter with one whose mind is sick.”  
 Franz Schubert - “The greatest misfortune of the wise man and the greatest unhappiness of the fool are based upon convention.”  
 Richard Rolle - “It behoves thee to love God wisely and that may thou not do but if thou be wise.”  
 Samuel Richardson - “There are men who think themselves too wise to be religious.”  
 Francois Rabelais - “How do you know antiquity was foolish How do you know the present is wise Who made it foolish Who made it wise”  
 Harold Pinter - “I never think of myself as wise. I think of myself as possessing a critical intelligence which I intend to allow to operate.”  

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