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December - 2002

December 31, 2002

Then sing, young hearts that are full of cheer, / With never a thought of sorrow; / The old goes out, but the glad young year / Comes merrily in tomorrow.
  —Emily Miller

December 30, 2002

He wrapped himself in quotations—as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperors.
  —Rudyard Kipling

December 29, 2002

I am perhaps the oldest musician in the world. I am an old man but in many senses a very young man. And this is what I want you to be, young, young all your life, and to say things to the world that are true.
  —Pablo Casals

December 28, 2002

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

December 27, 2002

Poor America, of what avail is all her wealth, if the individuals comprising the nation are wretchedly poor? If they live in squalor, in filth, in crime, with hope and joy gone, a homeless, soilless army of human prey.
  —Emma Goldman

December 26, 2002

Call a truce, then, to our labours—let us feast with friends and neighbours, / And be merry as the custom of our caste; / For if “faint and forced the laughter,” and if sadness follow after, / We are richer by one mocking Christmas past.
  —Rudyard Kipling

December 25, 2002

This is the month, and this the happy morn, / Wherein the Son of heav’n’s eternal King, / Of wedded Maid and Virgin Mother born, / Our great redemption from above did bring.
  —John Milton

December 24, 2002

Calm Soul of all things! make it mine / To feel, amid the city’s jar, / That there abides a place of thine, / Man did not make, and can not mar.
  —Matthew Arnold

December 23, 2002

Gold conjures up a mist about a man, more destructive of all his old senses and lulling to his feelings than the fumes of charcoal.
  —Charles Dickens

December 22, 2002

Great men are rarely isolated mountain-peaks; they are the summits of ranges.
  —Thomas Wentworth Higginson

December 21, 2002

God gave us memory so that we might have roses in December.
  —J.M. Barrie

December 20, 2002

There is no real teacher who in practise does not believe in the existence of the soul, or in a magic that acts on it through speech.
  —Allan Bloom


December 19, 2002

Excellence is the best deterrent to racism or sexism.
  —Oprah Winfrey

December 18, 2002

If you elect a matinee idol mayor, you’re going to have a musical comedy administration.
  —Robert Moses

December 17, 2002

I think we have a need to know what we do not need to know.
  —William Safire

December 16, 2002

Green and amber and red lights shine in his sad eyes, and the track stretches before him, two silver strips converging in the distance, an art-school lesson in perspective.
  —Anna Quindlen

December 15, 2002

Oil is like a wild animal. Whoever captures it has it.
  —Jean Paul Getty

December 14, 2002

Art is significant deformity.
  —Roger Fry

December 13, 2002

A belief which leaves no place for doubt is not a belief; it is a superstition.
  —José Bergamín

December 12, 2002

So Orpheus did for his owne bride, / So I unto my selfe alone will sing, / The woods shall to me answer and my Eccho ring.
  —Edmund Spenser

December 11, 2002

Winter is the time for study, you know, and the colder it is the more studious we are.
  —Henry David Thoreau

December 10, 2002

It passes, and we stay: / A quality of loss / Affecting our content, / As trade had suddenly encroached / Upon a sacrament.
  —Emily Dickinson

December 9, 2002

I cannot praise a fugitive and cloistered virtue, unexercised and unbreathed, that never sallies out and sees her adversary, but slinks out of the race where that immortal garland is to be run for, not without dust and heat.
  —John Milton

December 8, 2002

If you see the magic in a fairy tale, you can face the future.
  —Danielle Steel

December 7, 2002

Those expressions are omitted which can not with propriety be read aloud in the family.
  —Thomas Bowdler

December 6, 2002

That’s where I reckon Santa Claus comes in / To be our parents’ pseudonymity / In Christmas giving, so they can escape / The thanks and let him catch it as a scapegoat.
  —Robert Frost

December 5, 2002

Take the serious side of Disney, the Confucian side of Disney. It’s in having taken an ethos … where you have the values of courage and tenderness asserted in a way that everybody can understand. You have got an absolute genius there.
  —Ezra Pound

December 4, 2002

Just as the creative artist is not allowed to choose, neither is he permitted to turn his back on anything: a single refusal, and he is cast out of the state of grace and becomes sinful all the way through.
  —Rainer Maria Rilke

December 3, 2002

Shopping malls are liquid TVs for the end of the twentieth century. A whole micro-circuitry of desire, ideology and expenditure for processed bodies drifting through the cyber-space of ultracapitalism.
  —Arthur Kroker

December 2, 2002

When you do say Yes, say it quickly. But always take a half hour to say No, so you can understand the other fellow’s side.
  —Francis Cardinal Spellman

December 1, 2002

Fear and ignorance about AIDS can so weaken people’s senses as to make them susceptible to an equally virulent threat: bigotry.
  —New York Times

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