Quotes of the day

«I discovered that night (in his college's student politics) that an audience has a feel to it, and, in the parlance of the theater, that audience and I were together.»

Ronald Reagan

«All historical writing, even the most honest, is unconsciously subjective, since every age is bound, in spite of itself, to make the dead perform whatever tricks it finds necessary for its own peace of mind.»

Carl Lotus Becker

«Doctor doctor, what do you say, lets put the id back in yid»

Philip Roth

«How grudging memory is, and how bitterly she clutches the raw material of her daily work.»

Lawrence Durrell

«If there is such a phenomenon as absolute evil, it consists in treating another human being as a thing.»

John Brunner

«Have you ever thought what a God would be like who actually ordained and executed the cruelty that is in [the biblical Book of Revelation]? A holocaust of mankind. Yet so many of these Bible-men accept the idea without a second thought.»

C.J. Sansom

«If you can't quite make it as a high flier then join a trampoline club.»

Stephen Richards

«It's all sacred time.»

Khalid Masood

«James Tilly Matthews was not a prophet. He was a gifted, perhaps fragile individual who suffered intensely, and for little if any reward.»

Mike Jay

«I didn’t intend it to come out sarcastically, but I guess that’s just where my tone of voice automatically goes these days.»

M.A. George

«If the president and the Vice President dies who becomes President" "Thats easy Arnold Swartzanager»

Dan Gutman

«Being enlightened ironically means realizing that there is no separate entity that can be enlightened or unenlightened.»

Enza Vita

«He could follow someone’s mind around, and get where it was going before the other fellow knew where it was going.»

Robert A. Caro

«You can do everything right, strictly according to procedure, on the ocean, and it'll still kill you, but if you're a good navigator, at least you'll know where you were when you died.»

Justin Scott

«Don't be ridiculous, please.'»

L.M. Montgomery

«A woman will feel emotionally secure when you can listen to her stories. Then she will learn to love you.»

Tara Estacaan

«Himmlisch ist's wenn ich bezwungen Meine irdische Begier; Aber doch wenn's nich gelungen Hatt' ich auch recht huebsch Plaisir!»

Leo Tolstoy

«Every American wants MORE MORE of the world and why not, you only live once. But the mistake made in America is persons accumulate more more dead matter, machinery, possessions & rugs & fact information at the expense of what really counts as more: feeling, good feeling, sex feeling, tenderness feeling, mutual feeling. You own twice as much rug if you're twice as aware of the rug.»

Allen Ginsberg

«If you love deeply, you're going to get hurt badly. But it's still worth it.»

C.S. Lewis

«The difference between politics and religion is that the first makes it legal to hate, and makes the love of the second illegal.»

Rebecca McKinsey

«However powerful our technology and complex our corporations, the most remarkable feature of the modern working world may in the end be internal, consisting in an aspect of our mentalities: in the widely held belief that our work should make us happy. All societies have had work at their centre; ours is the first to suggest that it could be something more than a punishment or a penance. Ours is the first to imply that we should seek to work even in the absence of a financial imperative.»

Alain de Botton

«Mistakes from the past can never be repaired. Do your best in the present, to be a good person in the future.»

Sylvia L'Namira

«A great deal of what many Americans hold dear is nowhere written on those four pages of parchment, or in any of the amendments. What has made the Constitution durable is the same as what makes it demanding: the fact that so much was left out.»

Jill Lepore

«If love had its limits, and those limits tasted like lasagna, could you see yourself dating a can of chicken noodle soup? I only ask because I’m in the mood to spoon. After all, I am the 2014 World Cuddling Champion.»

Jarod Kintz

«She had received ideas which disposed her to be courteous and kind to all, and to pity every one, as being less happy than herself.»

Jane Austen

«Life ... is a tale»

William Shakespeare

«The one, who doesn’t break your heart, will break your balls.»

M.F. Moonzajer

«A pessimist sees the darkness around the light, but an optimist looks for the light in the darkness.»

Debasish Mridha

«Words are what you fight with but what you fight about is whether or not you’re afraid of them.»

David Mitchell

«Destiny always have a choice»