Best 1 660 of Intelligence quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Turcois Ominek

No matter the situation don't let your emotions overpower your intelligence.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Children are happy because they have the power of finding happiness in the simplest things.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Phil Thersby

My intellect tells me "read between the lines.. No need to humor something that is what it is and is not what it was.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Karen Arnold

To reach the head of the class, students needed to conform to the school system and work equally hard at all subjects.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Constance Friday Elias

A very thin line separates wisdom from wickedness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Hester Lynch Piozzi

Tis never for their wisdom that one loves the wisest...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steven Erikson

Why are dumb brutes so damned smart, anyway?' 'Why are us smart folk so often stupidly brutal, Quick Ben?' Trull asked. 'Stop trying to confuse me in my state of animal terror, Edur.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Compton Gage

Go thy way, weigh me the weight of the fire, or measure me the blast of the wind, or call me again the day that is past.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Auliq Ice

The truth is humble, only those intelligent enough are able to seek and understand it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Hubert Martin

And though they fell as ashes, their shadows drifted as leaves.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Karen Arnold

As valedictorians matured from high school they began to change their views of success from stereotypical ideals such as material wealth or emulating their parents’ lifestyle to an idea created on their own. They now sought balance between money, career and family as opposed to, say, only wealth. Academically and careerwise most of them were traditionally successful.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hubert Martin

Stop the bleeding! Gauze the wound!" And his voice became much softer, "Those are the words... I've yet to write." He died with that exhale. He died in a steaming carmine pool of unwritten stories that incredibly cold night. He always thought his work would take the form of ink, pen and paper, but as the last glow dimmed in his eyes, he realized his most meaningful words were sloppily spilled and patched together using blood, bullet holes and concrete.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Debasish Mridha

The beauty of your smile fills me with the joy of life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Debasish Mridha

The true color of intelligence is not in knowledge but in the wisdom of actions.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Eric Hirzel

One’s opinion should only be as strong as one’s knowledge on the matter.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Patience Johnson

Stop telling God what you want to have , He is going to use what you have left to give you what you need.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

A sage's lowest wisdom surpasses a scholar's highest intelligence.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Criss Jami

You can never make someone like something they don't like, but you can always help them to better understand it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Philippe Grandjean

Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain. The effect of each toxicant may seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale may be serious, especially because the brain power of the next generation is crucial to all of us.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bill Maher

New Rule: Just because a country elects a smart president doesn't make it a smart country. A couple of weeks ago, I was asked on CNN if I thought Sarah Palin could get elected president, and I said I hope not, but I wouldn't put anything past this stupid country. Well, the station was flooded with emails, and the twits hit the fan. And you could tell that these people were really mad, because they wrote entirely in CAPITAL LETTERS!!! Worst of all, Bill O'Reilly refuted my contention that this is a stupid country by calling me a pinhead, which (a) proves my point, and (b) is really funny coming from a doody-face like him. Now, before I go about demonstration how, sadly, easy it is to prove the dumbness that's dragging us down, let me just say that ignorance has life-and-death consequences. On the eve of the Iraq War, seventy percent of Americans thought Saddam Hussein was personally involved in 9/11. Six years later, thirty-four percent still do. Or look at the health-care debate: At a recent town hall meeting in South Carolina, a man stood up and told his congressman to "keep your government hands off my Medicare," which is kind of like driving cross-country to protest highways. This country is like a college chick after two Long Island iced teas: We can be talked into anything, like wars, and we can be talked out of anything, like health care. We should forget the town halls, and replace them with study halls. Listen to some of these stats: A majority of Americans cannot name a single branch of government, or explain what the Bill of Rights is. Twenty-four percent could not name the country America fought in the Revolutionary War. More than two-thirds of Americans don't know what's in Roe v. Wade. Two-thirds don't know what the Food and Drug Administration does. Some of this stuff you should be able to pick up simply by being alive. You know, like the way the Slumdog kid knew about cricket. Not here. Nearly half of Americans don't know that states have two senators, and more than half can't name their congressman. And among Republican governors, only three got their wife's name right on the first try. People bitch and moan about taxes and spending, but they have no idea what their government spends money on. The average voter thinks foreign aid consumes more twenty-four percent of our budget. It's actually less than one percent. A third of Republicans believe Obama is not a citizen ad a third of Democrats believe that George Bush had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, which is an absurd sentence, because it contains the words "Bush" and "knowledge." Sarah Palin says she would never apologize for America. Even though a Gallup poll say eighteen percent of us think the sun revolves around the earth. No, they're not stupid. They're interplanetary mavericks. And I haven't even brought up religion. But here's one fun fact I'll leave you with: Did you know only about half of Americans are aware that Judaism is an older religion than Christianity? That's right, half of America looks at books called the Old Testament and the New Testament and cannot figure out which came first. I rest my case.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Friedrich Hayek

Man does not know most of the rules on which he acts; and even what we call his intelligence is largely a system of rules which operate on him but which he does not know.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Joe Haldeman

The brain isn't very much like a computer, although it doesn't do a bad job, considering that it's built by unskilled labor and programmed more by pure chance than anything else.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nate Soares

It gets very hard to predict the future once you have smarter-than-human things around. In the same way that it gets very hard for a chimp to predict what is going to happen because there are smarter-than-chimp things around. That’s what the Singularity is: it’s the point past which you expect you can’t see.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Marty Rubin

The brightest stars don't necessarily give the most light.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Service to the humanity is the source of joy and happiness. It is the rent you pay for living on this beautiful planet.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zadie Smith

It became clear that Keisha Blake could not start something without finishing it. If she climbed onto the boundary wall of Caldwell, she was compelled to walk the entire wall, no matter the obstructions in her path (beer cans, branches). This compulsion, applied to other fields, manifested itself as "intelligence." Every unknown word sent her to a dictionary--in search of something like "completion"--and every book led to another book, a process that, of course, could never be completed. This route through early life gave her no small portion of joy, and, indeed, it seemed at first that her desires and her capacities were basically aligned. She wanted to read things--could not resist wanting to read things--and reading was easily done, and relatively inexpensive. On the other hand, that she should receive any praise for such reflexive habits baffled the girl, for she knew herself to be fantastically stupid about many things. Wasn't it possible that what others mistook for intelligence was in fact only a sort of mutation of the will?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jonathan Safran Foer

Mesa, adorno de marfil, arcoíris, cebolla, peinado, molusco, Sabbat, violencia, cutícula, melodrama, cuneta, miel, pañuelo... Nada la conmovía. (...) Nada conseguía ser más de lo que era en realidad. Eran solo cosas, prisioneras de su propia esencia.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Patience Johnson

The things I call crisis and all the things that were coming after me are all coming to serve the purpose of God in my life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Happiness is an inner perception, not a reality.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Patience Johnson

Sometimes what not to do is more important than what to do. Sometimes when you are in crisis, when frustration are high or when you are under pressure, what you don't do is more important than what you do. Don't be afraid. ....

By Anonym 15 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Be wonderful! Like a dog, love with all of your heart.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Carl Sagan

As in all such technological nightmares, the principal task is to foresee what is possible; to educate use and misuse; and to prevent its organizational, bureaucratic and governmental abuse.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hubert Martin

That's what really broke me, she was better than any fantasy I could hope to imagine. I've spent my life creating, yet she was pristine the likes of which I could never fashion.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Weil

The role of the intelligence - that part of us which affirms and denies and formulates opinions is merely to submit.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Compton Gage

Salt waters shall be found in the sweet, and all friends shall destroy one another; then shall wit hide itself, and understanding withdraw itself into his secret chamber-

By Anonym 16 Sep

Elmar Hussein

İt is not true that the more you read, the more intelligent you become. Without thinking you cannot be intelligent. You need to think in order to avoid ready-form answers, which can satisfy the inquisitive mind, but cannot give a clear insight into anything, making the brain only some kind of container of various information similar to the microchip of robot or computer. You would become a social robot whose brain contains various information but cannot think. That is why most men know a lot, but learn nothing from that knowledge. Most men know a lot, but can understand nothing on the base of that knowledge. However, it is not also true that the more you think, the more intelligent you become. Without reading you cannot be intelligent. You need to read, especially scientific literature, in order to model any problem which fascinates your mind in a proper and clear way. There cannot be vacuum in the human mind, if there is no scientific rationality there, then mystical irrationality would cover the whole space in your mind. There is no need to emphasize that being under the strong influence of mystical irrationality would confuse your mind more and more. But if scientific rationality appears, mystical irrationality disappears immediately.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Patience Johnson

While studying my bible, I noticed that all the miracle Jesus did was never magical, the people that received their healing call it the blind man, the woman with the issue of blood, lazarus, the man they threw through the ceiling to him etc, had one thing in common. I didn't call it faith but I call it action. ...they made a move and was ready to make a shift and a change. Lessons to learn from here; faith without work better put without action is dead. Secondly, miracle will never find you in your sitting room, you need to make a move in order to find it. Third, God can only start the work in your life only with what you have left not what you do not have. Fourth, do your own part and then allow God to do the one you cannot do. Fifth, always be ready for a change. Sixth, when you have done everything and nothing seems to work....Call on JESUS...I am a living withness, He always starts when we are tired.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Karen Arnold

Female valedictorians marry a little later and participate somewhat more heavily in paid work than women in their age group nationally.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Happiness has no book value, but life has no value if there is no happiness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Hubert Martin

An outline, my body, no mass or feeling, A dark reflection spread from floor to ceiling, The faceless copycat stalks me day after day, A personal eclipse of the sun never going astray, Each movement mine in a world of its own, Whispering shades unseen of a different home, A skewed yet comparable story occurs every day, Removed, though not far, less than halfway, The whiter the glow the blacker the stain, An ethereal cachet remaining midst the acidic rain, A trust and intimacy of a curious nature, I follow, it follows, we follow a stranger.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Debasish Mridha

I am happy because my happiness does not depend on things, but on my thoughts.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Celebrate every success but don't forget to enjoy those scars of failures.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Frank Lloyd Wright

I hate intellectuals. They are from the top down. I am from the bottom up.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Roger Kimball

Intelligence, like fire, is a power that is neither good nor bad in itself but rather takes its virtue, its moral coloring, from its application.

By Anonym 16 Sep

George Saunders

I loved Monty Python for the wordplay--this sense that you didn’t have to squash your intelligence to be funny. In fact, you could walk right into your intelligence and nerdiness and self-doubt, and that could be funny.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Albert Camus

The temptation shared by all forms of intelligence: cynicism.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Samuel Johnson

He that would be superior to external influences must first become superior to his own passions.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Malcolm Forbes

The best buy by way of management is brains-at any price.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Diane Von Furstenberg

Character. Intelligence. Strength. Style. That makes beauty.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Elmar Hussein

All forms of dogmatic thought create certain problems to the intellect, confining it to very narrow limits. The thought that is impossible to be criticized is going sooner or later to manipulate your own thought. The critical thinking area of the brain would immediately be blocked, if a person is convinced to blindly believe in the existence of some sacred texts or fundamental canons, which are allegedly representation of God's will or some 'perfect' human mind. As soon as emerges such an inevitable belief, the brain automatically begins to set some limits to its function, trying to give the dogmatic thought some rational sense with the help of science and logic, if it is possible, or merely to adjust blind imitation of them without any rational explanation and understanding, if it is impossible. It is very obvious fact that no intelligence can develop in that condition. Whatever rational and logical meaning you can find there, it is because of the brain activity, which gives dogmatism some reasonable sense. Without the brain activity, it is just a symbolism or merely absurdism. If this is so, why should any intelligence need the existence of any dogmatism, regardless of whether it is a religion or some kind of ideological doctrine?