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Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#1. The weak may be joked out of anything but their weakness. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Raquel Zimmermann
#2. I walk a lot. It keeps me in shape and clears my head. #Quote by Raquel Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#3. Take care to be an economist in prosperity. There is no fear of your being one in adversity. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Zimmermann
#4. Many good qualities are not sufficient to balance a single want - the want of money. #Quote by Johann Georg Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#5. The love of solitude, when cultivated in the morn of life, elevates the mind to a noble independence, but to acquire the advantages which solitude is capable of affording, the mind must not be impelled to it by melancholy and discontent, but by a real distaste to the idle pleasures of the world, a rational contempt for the deceitful joys of life, and just apprehensions of being corrupted and seduced by its insinuating and destructive gayeties. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#6. I am a knitting fool. It's a quiet pastime, and a productive one. It enables one to join in the conversation or switch one's brain off, according to the interest or the excruciating dullness of what is being discussed. And the product does keep people warm and comfortable. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Pierre Boulez
#7. All the people with whom I was very close at one point in my life - Stockhausen, Berio, Ligeti, Nono, Bernd Alois Zimmermann - they are all gone. #Quote by Pierre Boulez
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Jens Zimmermann
#8. Natural science, economics, and politics depend on literature, philosophy, and religion for educating the imagination... we cannot oppose facts to values, but... all facts are integrated into meaningful wholes through a personal commitment to some kind of vision of how things ought to be. If this universal hermeneutic claim is true, then the shaping of our imagination through historical, philosophical, and literary texts in the humanities is indeed paramount. #Quote by Jens Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#9. By fools, knaves fatten; by bigots, priests are well clothed; every knave finds a gull. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#10. The necessities that exist are in general created by the superfluities that are enjoyed. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Zimmermann
#11. Comedians are not usually actors, but imitations of actors. #Quote by Johann Georg Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#12. (knitting while on a motorcycle)
For several years she knitted in secret (my father would not approve; she was to concentrate on motorcycling and LEAN into the curves, etc), and used a small circular needle (socks and mittens) in order to keep the knitting in her pocket until they were under way; then she leaned back slightly so Gaffer couldn't feel the movement of her hands.
On the interstate one day, they were slowly passing a semi and my father happened to see the truck driver laugh and point out my mother's knitting to his passenger. Whoops- #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Robert Zimmermann
#13. a poem written for someone special to me, but a woman who I can't be with all the time due to where we are in life right now. Through the distance love can still survive, it just takes a little hard work and stubbornness at time. #Quote by Robert Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#14. One ought to love society, if he wishes to enjoy solitude. It is a social nature that solitude works upon with the most various power. If one is misanthropic, and betakes himself to loneliness that he may get away from hateful things, solitude is a silent emptiness to him. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#15. News-hunters have great leisure, with little thought; much petty ambition to be considered intelligent, without any other pretension than being able to communicate what they have just learned. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#16. Now, let us all take a deep breath and forge on into the future; knitting at the ready. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#17. All our distinctions ire accidental; beauty and deformity, though personal qualities, are neither entitled to praise nor censure; yet it so happens that they color our opinion of those qualities to which mankind have attached responsibility. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#18. Age is suspicious but is not itself often suspected. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Zimmermann
#19. A moral lesson is better expressed in short sayings than in long discourse. #Quote by Johann Georg Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#20. Hunger is the mother of impatience and anger. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Phil Zimmermann
#21. The PSTN is like a well-manicured neighborhood, (while) the internet is like a crime-ridden slum, #Quote by Phil Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#22. Wit, to be well defined, must be defined by wit itself; then it will be worth listening to. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Mark Zimmermann
#23. This Advent we look to the Wise Men to teach us where to focus our attention. We set our sights on things above, where God is. We draw closer to Jesus ... When our Advent journey ends, and we reach the place where Jesus resides in Bethlehem, may we, like the Wise Men, fall on our knees and adore him as our true and only King. #Quote by Mark Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#24. For people allergic to wool, one's heart can only bleed. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#25. Fools with bookish knowledge art children with edged weapons; they hurt themselves, and put others in pain. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#26. Nobility should be elective, not hereditary. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Erik Larson
#27. It instructed Germany's ambassador in Mexico to offer Mexican president Venustiano Carranza an alliance, to take effect if the new submarine campaign drew America into the war. "Make war together," Zimmermann proposed. "Make peace together." In return, Germany would take measures to help Mexico seize previously held lands - "lost territory" - in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. #Quote by Erik Larson
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Phil Zimmermann
#28. I used to feel like I was a flea on the back of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Now I feel I might be a small yapping poodle on the back of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. #Quote by Phil Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#29. The lust of dominion innovates so imperceptibly that we become complete despots before our wanton abuse of power is perceived; the tyranny first exercised in the nursery is exhibited in various shapes and degrees in every stage of our existence. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#30. The ill usage of every minute is a new record against us in heaven. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#31. When ill news comes too late to be serviceable to your neighbor, keep it to yourself. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#32. Idlers cannot even find time to be idle, or the industrious to be at leisure. We must always be doing or suffering #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#33. Surmise is the gossamer that malice blows on fair reputations, the corroding dew that destroys the choice blossom. Surmise is primarily the squint of suspicion, and suspicion is established before it is confirmed. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#34. Economy is an excellent lure to betray people into expense. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#35. Who conquers indolence conquers all other hereditary sins. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#36. The human mind, in proportion as it is deprived of external resources, sedulously labors to find within itself the means of happiness, learns to rely with confidence on its own exertions, and gains with greater certainty the power of being happy. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#37. Though fancy may be the patient's complaint, necessity is often the doctor's. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#38. Troops of furies march in the drunkard's triumph. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#39. Novels do not force their fair readers to sin, they only instruct them how to sin; the consequences of which are fully detailed, and not in a way calculated to seduce any but weak but weak minds; few of their heroines are happily disposed of. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#40. Really, all you need to become a good knitter are wool, needles, hands, and slightly below-average intelligence. Of course superior intelligence, such as yours and mine, is an advantage. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Raquel Zimmermann
#41. Music is extremely important to have on photo shoots - it brings the mood. #Quote by Raquel Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Zimmermann
#42. Many have been ruined by their fortunes, and many have escaped ruin by the want of fortune. To obtain it the great have become little, and the little great. #Quote by Johann Georg Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#43. In the sallies of badinage a polite fool shines; but in gravity he is as awkward as an elephant disporting. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#44. Now comes what I perhaps inflatedly call my philosophy of knitting. Like many philosophies, it is hard to express in a few words. Its main tenets are enjoyment and satisfaction, accompanied by thrift, inventiveness, an appearance of industry, and, above all, resourcefulness. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#45. The quarter of an hour before dinner is the worst that suitors can choose. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#46. Gambling houses are temples where the most sordid and turbulent passions contend; there no spectator can be indifferent. A card or a small square of ivory interests more than the loss of an empire, or the ruin of an unoffending group of infants, and their nearest relatives. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
#47. Be not so bigoted to any custom as to worship it at the expense of truth. #Quote by Johann Georg Ritter Von Zimmermann
Chanlatte Zimmermann quotes by Elizabeth Zimmermann
#48. There is no right way to knit; there is no wrong way to knit. So if anybody kindly tells you that what you are doing is "wrong," don't take umbrage; they mean well. Smile submissively, and listen, keeping your disagreement on an entirely mental level. They may be right, in this particular case, and even if not, they may drop off pieces of information which will come in very handy if you file them away carefully in your brain for future reference. #Quote by Elizabeth Zimmermann

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