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November 2000

November 30, 2000

How amazing that the language of a few thousand savages living on a fog-encrusted island in the North Sea should become the language of the world. 
  —Norman St. John-Stevas

November 29, 2000

The city in winter is rich with the bittersweet nuance and somber beauty of the once-was.
  —Terry Weeks

November 28, 2000

Not even computers will replace committees, because committees buy computers.
  —Edward Shepherd Mead

November 27, 2000

Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge.
  —Daniel J. Boorstin

November 26, 2000

But with the morning cool reflection came.
  —Sir Walter Scott

November 25, 2000

Bored people, unless they sleep a lot, are cruel.
  —Renata Adler

November 24, 2000

Inclination snatches arguments / To make indulgence seem judicious choice.
  —George Eliot

November 23, 2000

I once wanted to become an atheist, but I gave up—they have no holidays.
  —Henny Youngman

November 22, 2000

The leader must know, must know that he knows and must be able to make it abundantly clear to those about him that he knows.
  —Clarence B. Randall

November 21, 2000

God gives to every man / The virtue, temper, understanding, taste, / That lifts him into life, and lets him fall / Just in the niche he was ordain’d to fill.
  —William Cowper

November 20, 2000

American critics are like American universities. They both have dull and half-dead faculties.
  —Edward Albee

November 19, 2000

Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence.
  —Hal Borland

November 18, 2000

Wit is a treacherous dart. It is perhaps the only weapon with which it is possible to stab oneself in one’s own back.
  —Geoffrey Bocca

November 17, 2000

In medicine, as in statecraft and propaganda, words are sometimes the most powerful drugs we can use.
  —Sara Murray Jordan

November 16, 2000

Concepts of justice must have hands and feet … to carry out justice in every case in the shortest possible time and the lowest possible cost. This is the challenge to every lawyer and judge in America.
  —Warren E. Burger

November 15, 2000

Nothing that is worth doing can be achieved in a lifetime; therefore we must be saved by hope.
  —Reinhold Niebuhr

November 14, 2000

God sifted a whole nation that he might send choice grain over into this wilderness.
  —William Stoughton

November 13, 2000

When the high court of history sits in judgment on each one of us, our success or failure will be measured by the answers to four questions—were we truly men of courage, were we truly men of judgment, were we truly men of integrity, were we truly men of dedication?
  —John F. Kennedy

November 12, 2000

And the king said, Divide the living child in two. Then spake the woman whose the child was, Give her the child. But the other said, Let it be neither mine nor thine, but divide it. The king answered, Give [the first one] the child: she is the mother thereof.
  —Kings I. 3:26–27

November 11, 2000

Sail on, O Ship of State! / Sail on, O Union, strong and great! / Humanity with all its fears, / With all the hopes of future years, / Is hanging breathless on thy fate!
  —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

November 10, 2000

[A] book can wait for years, yet be available at any moment when it happens to be needed.
  —Joseph Wood Krutch

November 9, 2000

Why should there not be a patient confidence in the ultimate justice of the people? Is there any better or equal hope in the world?
  —Abraham Lincoln

November 8, 2000

Journalists do not like to report on uncertainties. They would almost rather be wrong than ambiguous.
  —Melvin Maddocks

November 7, 2000

It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance.
  —John Philpot Curran

November 6, 2000

If you must have motivation, think of your paycheck on Friday.
  —Noel Coward

November 5, 2000

Man’s life is like unto a winter’s day,— / Some break their fast and so depart away; / Others stay dinner, then depart full fed.
  —Joseph Henshaw

November 4, 2000

Do not seek death. Death will find you. But seek the road which makes death a fulfillment.
  —Dag Hammarskj÷ld

November 3, 2000

I say the very things that make the greatest Stir / An’ the most interestin’ things, are things that did n’t occur.
  —Sam Walter Foss

November 2, 2000

You hail from Dream-land, Dragon-fly? / A stranger hither? So am I, / And (sooth to say) I wonder why / We either of us came!
  —Agnes M.F.R. Darmesteter

November 1, 2000

The sweltering summer of the Negro’s legitimate discontent will not pass until there is an invigorating autumn of freedom and equality.
  —Martin Luther King, Jr

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