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One thing about change hasn't changed: it still fascinates some people, frightens others, and provides a good living for a prophetic minority.

    Author: Warren Wiersbe

I know not if the dark or bright shall be by lot; if that wherein my hopes delight be best or not.

    Author: Henry Alford

People don't buy for logical reasons. They buy for emotional reasons.

    Author: Zig Ziglar

Everything we do proceeds from a decision of will, involves our intelligence and perception, leads to emotional reactions or experiences, is approved or disapproved by the conscience, and is registered in the memory in complete perspective.
- Gordon Olson

    Author: Assorted Authors

It is easy to be beautiful; it is difficult to appear so.

    Author: Hosea Ballou

Theories are always very thin and insubstantial, experience only is tangible.

    Author: Hosea Ballou

If I have done the public any service, it is due to my patient thought.

    Author: Isaac Newton

He that speaketh against his own reason speaks against his own conscience, and therefore it is certain that no man serves God with a good conscience who serves him against his reason.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

It is not the eye that sees the beauty of the heaven, nor the ear that hears the sweetness of music or the glad tidings of a prosperous occurrence, but the soul, that perceives all the relishes of sensual and intellectual perfections; and the more noble and excellent the soul is, the greater and more savory are its perceptions.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

Idolatry is in a man's own thought, not in the opinion of another.

    Author: John Selden

They that are against superstition oftentimes run into it of the wrong side. If I wear all colors but black, then I am superstitious in not wearing black.

    Author: John Selden

When a doubt is propounded, learn to distinguish, and show wherein a thing holds, and wherein it doth not hold. The not distinguishing where things should be distinguished, and the not confounding, where things should be confounded, is the cause of all the mistakes in the world.

    Author: John Selden

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