Dictionary of Quotes ← A book of quotations can never be complete. [ Robert M. Hamilton ]

Bro. Eliseo Soriano Quotes

« Accepting our faults and failures can make us better persons; we can even learn from the faults of other people. How much more from ours? » ~Bro. Eliseo Soriano, FB ??????????????? « The height of every celebration in the church, the summit of every success, must end in thanksgiving. » ~Bro. Eliseo Soriano, FB ?????? ????? ?????? THANK ...

Half this game is 90% mental. -Danny Ozark

Half this game is 90% mental. -Danny Ozark

Eine gewaltige Lichtsinfonie spielte in tiefstem, feierlichen Schweigen über unseren Häuptern, wie um unserer Wissenschaft zu spotten: kommt doch her und erforscht mich! Sagt mir, was ich bin! ~~~ Alfred Wegener

Eine gewaltige Lichtsinfonie spielte in tiefstem, feierlichen Schweigen über unseren Häuptern, wie um unserer Wissenschaft zu spotten: kommt doch her und erforscht mich! Sagt mir, was ich bin! Alfred Wegener

Timber Hawkeye Quotes

“By being so focused on how things “could be,” we are under-appreciating how great things already are.” ~Timber Hawkeye, Buddhist Boot Camp “Never underestimate the healing power of love. It is just as important for our survival as the food we eat, yet it’s free and available in unlimited supply. Love is the strongest medicine.” ...

Actors are one family over the entire world. -Alfre Woodard

Actors are one family over the entire world. -Alfre Woodard

"Careless she is with artful care, / Affecting to seem unaffected." – William Congreve

« Careless she is with artful care, / Affecting to seem unaffected. » – William Congreve

I am a great believer in luck and the harder I work the more of it I have. -Stephen B. Leacock

I am a great believer in luck and the harder I work the more of it I have. -Stephen B. Leacock

Each man is the smith of his own fortune. -Appius Claudius Caecus

Each man is the smith of his own fortune. -Appius Claudius Caecus

Vanity is a mark of humility rather than of pride. -Jonathan Swift

Vanity is a mark of humility rather than of pride. -Jonathan Swift