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December - 2000

December 31, 2000

Thus times do shift,—each thing his turn does hold; / New things succeed, as former things grow old. [Robert Herrick]

December 30, 2000

It’s the national addiction: warmth on chilly winter nights, innocence on Saturday afternoons, the essence of hearth, home and blissful abandon. [Patricia Linden]

December 29, 2000

I give the name violence to a boldness lying idle and enamored of danger. [Jean Ganet]
December 28, 2000

The bad end unhappily, the good unluckily. That is what tragedy means. [Tom Stoppard]
December 27, 2000

The child is entitled to receive education, which shall be free and compulsory at least in the elementary stages. {United Nations Resolution]
December 26, 2000

We recommend that no one eat more than two tons of turkey—that’s what it would take to poison someone. [Elizabeth Whelan]
December 25, 2000

We consider Christmas as the encounter, the great encounter, the historical encounter, the decisive encounter, between God and mankind. [Pope Paul VI]
December 24, 2000

When Peace shall over all the earth / Its ancient splendors fling / And the whole world send back the song / Which now the angels sing. [Edmund Hamlton Sears]
December 23, 2000

At Christmas I no more desire a rose / Than wish a snow in May’s new-fangled mirth; / But like of each thing that in season grows. [William Shakespeare]
December 22, 2000

The rational mind of man is a shallow thing, a shore upon a continent of the irrational, wherein thin colonies of reason have settled amid a savage world. [Wilford O. Cross]

December 21, 2000

The soft droppes of rain perce the hard marble; many strokes overthrow the tallest oaks. [John Lyly]

December 20, 2000

Vow me no vows. [Beaumont and Fletcher]

December 19, 2000

The bump I was trying to hide could be the future king of England. [Bruce Oldfield]
December 18, 2000

Had I been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the universe. [Alphonso the Wise]

December 17, 2000

Every man hath a good and a bad angel attending on him in particular, all his life long. [Robert Burton]

December 16, 2000

Labour to keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire,—conscience. [George Washington]

December 15, 2000

“My idea of an agreeable person,” said Hugo Bohun, “is a person who agrees with me.” [Benjamin Disrael, Earl of Beaconfield]

December 14, 2000

A general rule of etiquette is that one apologizes for the unfortunate occurrence, but the unthinkable is unmentionable. [Judith Martin - Miss Manners]

December 13, 2000

Cato used to assert that wise men profited more by fools than fools by wise men; for that wise men avoided the faults of fools, but that fools would not imitate the good examples of wise men. [Plutarch]
December 12, 2000

It is as impossible for a man to be cheated by any one but himself, as for a thing to be and not to be at the same time. [Ralph Waldo Emerson]
December 11, 2000

Self-plagiarism is style. [Alfred Hitchcock]
December 10, 2000

The best investment on earth is earth. [Louis J. Glickman]
December 9, 2000

Some books are drenchèd sands / On which a great soul’s wealth lies all in heaps, / Like a wrecked argosy. [Alexander Smith]

December 8, 2000

Some books are lies frae end to end. [Robert Burns]
December 7, 2000

Now, by two-headed Janus, Nature hath framed strange fellows in her time. [William Shakespeare]

December 6, 2000

Life that dares send / A challenge to his end, / And when it comes, say, Welcome, friend! [ Richard Crashaw]
December 5, 2000

The harp at Nature’s advent strung / Has never ceased to play; / The song the stars of morning sung / Has never died away. [John Greenleaf Whittier]

December 4, 2000

They make solitude, which they call peace. [Tacitus]

December 3, 2000

Earth, left silent by the wind of night, / Seems shrunken ’neath the gray unmeasured height. [William Morris]

December 2, 2000

Schoolmasters and parents exist to be grown out of. [John Wolfenden]

December 1, 2000

There are many other possibilities more enlightening than the struggle to become the local doctor’s most affluent ulcer case. [Nelson A. Rockefeller]

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