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February - 2002

February 28, 2002

Innocence always calls mutely for protection when we would be so much wiser to guard ourselves against it: innocence is like a dumb leper who has lost his bell, wandering the world, meaning no harm.
  —Graham Greene

February 27, 2002

The Founding Fathers gave the free press the protection it must have [to] bare the secrets of government and inform the people.
  —Hugo Black

February 26, 2002

Thought is the work of the intellect, reverie is its self-indulgence. To substitute day-dreaming for thought is to confuse a poison with a source of nourishment.
  —Victor Hugo

February 25, 2002

The ability to get to the verge without getting into the war is the necessary art…. If you try to run away from it, if you are scared to go to the brink, you are lost.
  —John Foster Dulles

February 24, 2002

When their stores are full, idiots are considered wise.
  —Punjabi proverb

February 23, 2002

If there is anybody in this land who thoroughly believes that the meek shall inherit the earth they have not often let their presence be known.
  —W.E.B. Du Bois

February 22, 2002

Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.
  —George Washington

February 21, 2002

To be free / Is often to be lonely.
  —W.H. Auden

February 20, 2002

A great building … must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable.
  —Louis Kahn

February 19, 2002

Whenever I’m asked why Southern writers particularly have a penchant for writing about freaks, I say it is because we are still able to recognize one.
  —Flannery O’Connor

February 18, 2002

An innocent man is a sin before God. Inhuman and therefore untrustworthy. No man should live without absorbing the sins of his kind, the foul air of his innocence, even if it did wilt rows of angel trumpets and cause them to fall from their vines.
  —Toni Morrison

February 17, 2002

It may be you fear more to deliver judgment upon me than I fear judgment.
  —Giordano Bruno

February 16, 2002

A friend in power is a friend lost.
  —Henry Adams

February 15, 2002

If I have seen further, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.
  —Isaac Newton

February 14, 2002

The greatest love is a mother’s; / Then comes a dog’s, / Then comes a sweetheart’s.
  —Polish Proverb

February 13, 2002

You seem to have no real purpose in life and won’t realize at the age of twenty-two that for a man life means work, and hard work if you mean to succeed.
  —Jennie Jerome Churchill

February 12, 2002

Better give your path to a dog, than be bitten by him in contesting for the right. Even killing the dog would not cure the bite.
  —Abraham Lincoln

February 11, 2002

Every man deems that he has precisely the trials and temptations which are the hardest of all others for him to bear; but they are so, simply because they are the very ones he most needs.
  —Lydia Maria Child

February 10, 2002

Making the best of things is … a damn poor way of dealing with them…. My whole life has been a series of escapes from that quicksand.
  —Rose Wilder Lane

February 9, 2002

For books are more than books, they are the life / The very heart and core of ages past, / The reason why men lived and worked and died, / The essence and quintessence of their lives.
  —Amy Lowell

February 8, 2002

If you steal from one author, it’s plagiarism; if you steal from many, it’s research.
  —Wilson Mizner

February 7, 2002

Here’s the rule for bargains: “Do other men, for they would do you.” That’s the true business precept.
  —Charles Dickens

February 6, 2002

We cannot play innocents abroad in a world that is not innocent.
  —Ronald Reagan

February 5, 2002

We cannot be any stronger in our foreign policy—for all the bombs and guns we may heap up in our arsenals—than we are in the spirit which rules inside the country. Foreign policy, like a river, cannot rise above its source.
  —Adlai Stevenson

February 4, 2002

I have seen the science I worshiped, and the aircraft I loved, destroying the civilization I expected them to serve.
  —Charles A. Lindbergh

February 3, 2002

They were regular in being gay, they learned little things that are things in being gay, they learned many little things that are things in being gay, they were gay every day, they were regular, they were gay, they were gay the same length of time every day, they were gay, they were quite regularly gay.
  —Gertrude Stein

February 2, 2002

Whatever else is unsure in this stinking dunghill of a world a mother’s love is not.
  —James Joyce

February 1, 2002

What happens to a dream deferred? / Does it dry up / like a raisin in the sun?
  —Langston Hughes

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