Best 465 of He man quotes - MyQuotes

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Dorothy Canfield Fisher

I'm as fixed in my opinion as the man who thought he was a hard-boiled egg.

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George Iles

Let truth be a banner big enough to hide the man who holds it up.

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Ananda Coomaraswamy

The man incapable of contemplation cannot be an artist, but only a skillful workman.

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Jean-jacques Rousseau

The man who meditates is a depraved animal.

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John Ruskin

The man who says to one, go, and he goeth, and to another, come, and he cometh, has, in most cases, more sense of restraint and difficulty than the man who obeys him.

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Swami Vivekananda

The happiest is the man who is not at all selfish.

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Democritus

You can tell the man who rings true from the man who rings false, not by his deeds alone, but also by his desires.

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Rush Limbaugh

The man in liberalism is usually going to be at fault.

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Henry Theodore Tuckerman

The man who becomes a critic by trade ceases, in reality, to be one at all.

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William Cowper

The man that dares traduce, because he can with safety to himself, is not a man.

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Francesco Baracca

To the aircraft I aim, not the man.

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Mark Buchanan

Mindset of the man too busy: I am too busy BEING God to become LIKE God.

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Seneca The Younger

There in no one more unfortunate than the man who has never been unfortunate. for it has never been in his power to try himself.

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Benjamin Graham

Traditionally the investor has been the man with patience and the courage of his convictions who would buy when the harried or disheartened speculator was selling.

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Henrietta Mears

The man who walks with God always gets to his destination.

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Larry Ditillio

Granamyr doesn't fight humans, Granamyr wins.

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Miguel Torres

Bad luck either destroys you or it makes you the man you really are.

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Isaac Parker

The object of punishment is to... lift the man up; to stamp out his bad nature and wicked disposition.

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Josh Billings

Pride seems tew be quite equally distributed; the man who owns the carriage and the man who drives it seem tew have it just alike.

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Charles Dudley Warner

There is life in the ground; it goes into the seeds and also when it is stirred up goes into the man who stirs it.

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Ric Flair

All the women want to be with me, all the men want to be like me.

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Jennifer Stone

if we begin on the men, there is no stopping. We must love them when we can.

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Bertolt Brecht

I am a playwright. I show What I have seen. In the man markets I have seen how men are traded. That I show, I, the playwright.

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Marcus Tullius Cicero

Death is dreadful to the man whose all is extinguished with his life; but not to him whose glory never can die.

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Paul Washer

The mark of a man of God is God upon the man.

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Bella Abzug

All the men on my staff can type.

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Ruth Westheimer

It's up to the man to not be offended when she tells him what she needs. He shouldn't say, "I know that!" And he shouldn't say, "The woman that I had before you had ten orgasms without her telling me anything!

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Robert Green Ingersoll

The man who finds a truth lights a torch.

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John Hagee

God never alters the robe of righteousness to fit the man. Rather He alters the man to fit the robe.

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Gerald M. Loeb

I once read about a meeting of economists who agreed that if their forecasts were 33 1/3 % correct, that was considered a high mark in their profession. Well, of course, I know you cannot invest in securities successfully with odds like that against you if you place dependence solely upon judgement as to the right securities to own and the right time or price to buy them. Then, too, I read somewhere about the man who described an economist as resembling ‘a professor of anatomy who was still a virgin.’

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Mahatma Gandhi

The man who coerces another not to eat fish commits more violence than he who eats it.

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Honore Gabriel Riqueti

Nothing is impossible to the man who will

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Christa Mcauliffe

I have the LIFE magazine of the men walking on the moon.

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Edward Bulwer-lytton

A woman is seldom merciful to the man who is timid.

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Donald Trump

The men and women of America who have been forgotten will never be forgotten again.

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William Penn

All excess is ill; but drunkenness is of the worst sort. It spoils health, dismounts the mind, and unmans men. It reveals secrets, is quarrelsome, lascivious, impudent, dangerous, and mad.

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Jeremiah Seed

For we seldom admire the wit, when we dislike the man.

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Suzy Kassem

The man armed with knowledge has a better chance of survival than the man who is simply the fittest. Knowledge is the true strength. Muscle is where the myth is.

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John Bunyan

The man that takes up religion for the world will throw away religion for the world.

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Juvenal

The man whose purse is empty can cheerfully sing before the robber.

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Wojciech Kurtyka

The man coming back from the hard mountain trip is a wiser being, calmer and radiating inside. I'd say momentary liberated.

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Friedrich Nietzsche

There is no more dreary or more repulsive creature than the man who has evaded his genius.

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Richard Wagner

It is impossible to communicate with Schumann. The man is hopeless; he doesn't talk at all.

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George Harrison

I used to think that having many material things would increase one's stock of happiness. I found that to be completely untrue. The trappings don't make the man at all.

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Katie Price

The men I find myself attracted to are the ones who don't say anything and are quite shy.

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William Howard Taft

I don't know the man I admire more than [Charles Evans] Hughes. If ever I have the chance I shall offer him the Chief Justiceship.

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Adrian Rogers

The man molds the idol and then the idol molds the man.

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Thomas Steinbeck

Plot makes the character just as history makes the man.

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Edward Young

The man that makes a character, makes foes.

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Saint Augustine

Christ was born of a woman without the man.