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September 2000

September 30, 2000

A boy’s will is the wind’s will, / And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
  —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

September 29, 2000

The best readers come to fiction to be free of … all that isn’t fiction.
  —Philip Roth

September 28, 2000

Gather leaves and grasses, / Love, to-day; / For the Autumn passes / Soon away. / Chilling winds are blowing. / It will soon be snowing.
  —John Henry Boner

September 27, 2000

It is my aim, and every effort bent, that the sum and history of my life, which in the same sentence is my obit and epitaph too, shall be them both: He made the books and he died.
  —William Faulkner

September 26, 2000

Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon…. which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.
  —Martin Luther King, Jr

September 25, 2000

Fall on me like a silent dew, / Or like those maiden showers / Which, by the peep of day, do strew / A baptism o’er the flowers.
  —Robert Herrick

September 24, 2000

If you’ve never been hated by your child, you’ve never been a parent.
  —Bette Davis

September 23, 2000

Work expands to fill the time available for its completion.
  —C. Northcote Parkinson

September 22, 2000

Confidence is a plant of slow growth in an aged bosom.
  —William Pitt

September 21, 2000

Toughness doesn’t have to come in a pinstripe suit.
  —Dianne Feinstein

September 20, 2000

Simon and Schuster runs a sales contest every year. The winners get to keep their jobs.
  —Jack O’Leary

September 19, 2000

A library, to modify the famous metaphor of Socrates, should be the delivery room for the birth of ideas—a place where history comes to life.
  —Norman Cousins

September 18, 2000

Where wealth and freedom reign contentment fails, / And honour sinks where commerce long prevails.
  —Oliver Goldsmith

September 17, 2000

We learn by practice. Whether it means to learn to dance by practicing dancing or to learn to live by practicing living, the principles are the same…. One becomes in some area an athlete of God.
  —Martha Graham

September 16, 2000

I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God who is sending a love letter to the world.
  —Mother Teresa

September 15, 2000

No laws, however stringent, can make the idle industrious, the thriftless provident, or the drunken sober.
  —Samuel Smiles

September 14, 2000

In the lexicon of youth, which fate reserves / For a bright manhood, there is no such word / As “fail.”
  —Edward Bulwer Lytton

September 13, 2000

Knowledge is not simply another commodity. On the contrary. Knowledge is never used up. It increases by diffusion and grows by dispersion.
  —Daniel J. Boorstin

September 12, 2000

The fallyng out of faithfull frends is the renuyng of loue.
  —Richard Edwards

September 11, 2000

Were I so tall to reach the pole, / Or grasp the ocean with my span, / I must be measured by my soul: / The mind ’s the standard of the man.
  —Isaac Watts

September 10, 2000

The cliché is a hackneyed idiom that hopes that it can still palm itself off as a fresh response.
  —John Gross

September 9, 2000

A remarkable thing about Shakespeare is that he is really very good in spite of all the people who say he is very good.
  —Robert Graves

September 8, 2000

Character, like a photograph, develops in darkness.
  —Yousuf Karsh

September 7, 2000

We’re drowning in information and starving for knowledge.
  —Rutherford D. Rogers

September 6, 2000

Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other.
  —Benjamin Franklin

September 5, 2000

Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest.
  —Book of Common Prayer

September 4, 2000

The day when the air in America’s suburbs smells the same from sea to shining sea, flavored by a billion backyard barbecues.
  —New York Times

September 3, 2000

No sooner is a temple built to God, but the Devil builds a chapel hard by.
  —George Herbert

September 2, 2000

Water, water, everywhere / Atlantic and Pacific / But New York City’s got them beat / Our aqua is terrific!
  —Edward Koch

September 1, 2000

Classical quotation is the parole of literary men all over the world.
  —Samuel Johnson

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