“For great men, religion is a way of making friends; small people make religion a fighting tool.”
“Thinking is the capital, Enterprise is the way, Hard Work is the solution”
“There seems to be an attitude problem, as if we cannot shake ourselves out of a mindset of limited achievement.”
“I realized then that if something is at stake, the human mind gets ignited and working capacity gets enhanced manifold.”
“there is no greater power in heaven or on earth than the commitment to a dream.”
“Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high Where knowledge is free Where the world has not been broken up into fragments . . . . My Father, let my country awake. —Rabindranath Tagore”
“Thinking is the capital, Enterprise is the way, Hard Work is the solution.”
“The greatest danger to our sense of unity and our sense of purpose comes from those ideologists who seek to divide the people.”
“Wisdom is a weapon to ward off destruction; It is an inner fortress which enemies cannot destroy. —”
“You must build on the resources represented by our young professionals and by our nation’s farmers. Without their involvement we cannot succeed. With their involvement we cannot fail.’ While”
“Change is crucial. It brings new thought; new thought leads to innovative actions.”
“Men often become what they believe themselves to be. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it. But when I believe I can, then I acquire the ability to do it even if I didn’t have it in the beginning. —”
“if parents and teachers show the required dedication to shape the lives of the young, India would get a new life.”
“Ancient India was a knowledge society and a leader in many intellectual pursuits, particularly in the fields of mathematics, medicine and astronomy. A renaissance is imperative for us to once again become a knowledge superpower rather than simply providing cheap labour in areas of high technology. Summary”
“Dream, Dream, Dream Dreams transform into thoughts And thoughts result in action. On”
“Albert Einstein’s remark that ‘We owe a lot to the Indians who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.’ Then”
“Friends, there is one thing I have realized, there is no victory in causing suffering. Triumph is a peaceful kingdom.’ Caliph”
“Strength respects strength and not weakness. Strength means military might and economic prosperity.”
“Thinking is the capital, Enterprise is the way, Hard Work is the solution. Every”
“The fact that we advance technologically does not preclude spiritual development. We need to home-grow our own model of development based on our inherent strengths.”
“Detective Quinlan, I think I know who killed my sister."
"That's interesting. I was just coming back here to tell you the same thing... Emma.”
“God, I loved this woman: this very crazy, borderline-homicidal – on second thought, scrap the borderline – woman.”
“a man often meets his destiny running to avoid it,”
“Que extraño que un corazón roto pudiera latir aún”
“What! That’s a tragedy.” “Melody, everything is a tragedy to you.” “Not having ice cream,” she proclaimed, “is the culmination of all disasters! That’s it. No more discussion. We’re going. Follow.”
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