Quotations: Ultimate Collection for the 21st Century

by Jean Epstein

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Book Description

There are times when we find solace in words well-spoken, and a dash of wisdom and extra motivation will only make it better. This, dear reader, is an ultimate collection of quotations and literary gems curated over a period of 3 years - featuring philosophers, authors, entrepreneurs, poets, arstists, sportspersons, designers, etc. Also featured in this collection are gems from the 'most quotable author you've never heard of' -- Muriel Strode. ★ Listing returns to full price after limited-time promotion Sneak Peek into some of the favourites: The wisest one-word sentence? Breathe. ~ Terri Guillemets Alice laughed. "There's no use trying," she said: "one can't believe impossible things." "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." ~Lewis Carroll Come, come! Let us go to breakfast. The morning air has given me a rude appetite. I long to say grace over a fresh egg... ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow You are only as beautiful as your last action. ~Stephen Richards I have set out to come upon a new me, to open to the things that have long beat with their insistence at my door. I do not wish to surpass anyone or anything. I pray only to outgrow myself in emancipation and consciousness. I stipulate nothing, save that I grow. I know the price and I will pay. ~Muriel Strode

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