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Who has Said this ?
Who has said this?
♥Knowledge is Power- Thomas Hobbs
♥Child shows the man as morning shows the day – John Milton
♥Man does not live by bread alone – Bible
♥To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction – Newton
♥Let a hundred flowers bloom and let a thousand schools of thought contend – Maotsetung
♥Some books are to be tested, other to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested – Bacon
♥An old man is twice a child – Shakespeare
♥Gray hair is a sign of age not of wisdom – Greek proverb
♥The child is the father of Man – Wordsworth
♥Patience is the best remedy for every trouble – Plato
♥Just I would not like to be a slave, so I would not like to be a master – Abraham Lincon
♥He serves me most who serve his country best – Homer
♥After the event even the fool is wise – Homer
♥I cannot live without book – Thomas Jefferson
♥The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step – Lao-Tse
♥Pain is the outcome of desire – Buddha
♥Give me a place to stand and I can move the entire world – Archemidies
♥I know nothing except the fact of my Ignorance – Socrates
♥Some are born great, some achieves greatness and some have greatness trust upon them – Bacon
♥Every man his Price – Robert Walpole
♥A week is long period for politics - Herold Wilson
♥All reactionaries are paper tiger – Maotsetung
♥Man is by nature a political animal – Aristotal
♥There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so – Shakespeare
♥Cowards die many times before their death – Shakespeare/ Julius Casear
♥A revolution is not a dinner party – Maotsetung
♥A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, and optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty – Sir Winston Churchill
♥Genius is one percent inspiration and ninetynine percent perpiration – Thomas Alva Adison
♥Man is born free and everywhere he is chain – Rousseau
♥Truth and non-violence is my god – M.K. Gandhi
♥Every man is poet when he is in love – Plato
♥Jealousy is the jaundice of the soul – Shakespeare
♥The root of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet – Aristotal
♥Be silent when you are in doubt – Alexander Pope
♥Give me good mothers and I shall give you good nation – Napoleon
♥Give me blood and I will give you freedom – Subash Chandra Bosh
♥The ballot is stronger than the bullet – Abraham Lincon
Some famous words
♥Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life
♥A Sucessful Man builds a house by the stones which are thrown by others on him. – Abraham Lincon
♥Making a million friend is not a great thing, Great thing is that Make a single friend who will stand by you when millions are against you
♥Ghosts only come to those who look for them
♥All good things come in threes
♥To See everything through rose – Colored glasses
♥All for naught
♥Lazybones take all day to get started
♥An old broom knows the corners of the house
♥True love never dies
♥No fool like an old fool.
♥Honest work never hurt.
♥You learn from your mistakes.
♥Blood is thicker than water.
♥Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
♥A Closed mouth catches no flies.
♥To hit the nail on the head.
♥The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
♥Like father like son.
♥The Smart one gives in.
♥All beginning is difficult. The first million is the hardest
♥A clear conscience laughs at false accusation.
♥Agree, for the law is costly.
♥The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
♥Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
♥The axe n the house spares the carpenter.
♥Honesty is the best policy.
♥Home sweet home.
♥Haste makes waste.
♥A blind hawk will even find an acorn.
♥A good drum does not need hard striking.
♥There’s no place like home.
♥Misfortune seldom comes alone.
♥There is strength in unity.
♥All’s well that ends well.
♥Work before pleasure.
♥This too will pass.
♥A work ill done must be done twice.
♥First feedin’.then preachin’.
♥The belly has no conscience.
♥Not all that glitters is gold.
♥It’s half as bad as you think.
♥Liberty if from god, liberties from the devil.
♥Eating and drinking holds body and soul together.
♥A friend in need is a Friend indeed.
♥Nothing ventures, nothing gained.
♥A word is enough to the wise.
♥A sleeping fox counts hens in his dream.
♥Money doesn’t buy happiness.
♥Birds of a feather flock together.
♥Cheer up, the worst is yet to come.
♥Luck and glass break easily.
♥Good wine takes time.
♥A hasty man drinks his tea with a fork.
♥Far away cows have long horns.
♥Barking dogs don’t bite.
♥Good things take time.
♥After victory tighten your helmet.
♥As the twig is bent, so will it grow.
♥Hunger is the best cook.
♥To err is human: to forgive, Divine.
♥Anything tastes good when you are hungry.
♥Age makes man both sillier and wiser.
♥You make your own happiness.
♥There are two to everything.
♥Silence gives consent.
♥Clothes make the man.
♥Few people are wise, most are otherwise.
♥Time will tell.
♥Even n paradise it is not good to be alone.
♥Before a real friend, one can think aloud.
♥A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
♥Lise walk on short legs.
♥A woman’s first advice is the best.
♥Moderation is a good thing. But don’t be im-moderate about it.
♥Fear of death is worse than death itself.
♥The morning hour has gold in its mouth.
♥Necessity is the mother of invention.
♥Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
♥Happiness is to hold flowers in both hands.
♥A great shoe fits not a little foot.
♥The early bird catches the worm.
♥Idleness is the beginng of all sin.
♥A man can live without spices, but not without wheat.
♥Silence is golden, speech is silver.
♥Shoemaker stick to your last.
♥Dark bread makes cheeks red, white bread makes people dead.
♥Don’t rock the boat.
♥Working brings blessing.
♥Creditors have better memories than debtors.
♥Save for the rainy day.
♥Still waters run deep.
♥Practice makes perfect.
♥Idleness breeds vice.
♥Too many cooks spoil the broth.
♥Can’t see the forest for the trees.
♥Caution is the mother of the porcelain chest.
♥Don’t put off till tomorrow, what you can do today.
♥Idleness is the devil’s workshop.
♥What you don’t know won’t hurt you.
♥What you’ve got, you’ve got.
♥The devil makes work for idle hands.
♥Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
♥When the cat’s away the mice will play.
♥Don’t go up empty-handed !
♥Don’t be foolish.
♥Beware of a silent dog and still water.
♥Finish what you start.
♥Don’t cry wolf.
♥He who never leaves, never comes home.
♥Peple who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
♥Use is or lose it.
♥He who laughs last. Laughs best.
♥Little drops of water make the mighty ocean.
♥Time is Money.
♥He, who doesn’t value the penny, doesn’t deserve the dollar.
♥Little grains of sand makes the pleasant land.
♥Whose bread I eat, his song I sing.
♥Your words can come back to haunt you.
♥Where there’s will, there’s a way.
♥You made your own bed, now lie in it.
♥As the cap is put on, so it must be worn.
♥Tell me who you associate with and I will tell you who you are.
♥Actions speak louder than words
♥Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.
♥If you wish good advice, consult an old man.
♥Old age is sickness of itself.
♥Anger Is the short madness.
♥The rotten apple injures its neighbours.
♥Ask, and it shall be given to you.
♥As you bake, so shall you eat.
♥Be what you would seem to be.
♥Bear and forbear.
♥Beauty fades like a flower.
♥Better beg than steal.
♥Every beginning is hard.
♥A cracked belt can never sound well.
♥Better bend than break.
♥The bird is known by his note. The man by his words.
♥Two blacks do not make a white.
♥A little body often harbours a great soul.
♥As soon as a man is born he begins to die.
♥Dirty hands makes clean money.
♥Eaten bread is soon forgotten.
♥A new broom sweeps clean.
♥Cowards die many a death but the brave only once.
♥Don’t put the cart before the horse.
♥Every guest hates the others, and the host hates them all.
♥Better be alone than in bad company.
♥Custom rules the law.