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Franklin Dixon quotes by Dave Franklin
#1. Perhaps you don't have to do anything wrong for someone to reject you. #Quote by Dave Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#2. That it is better 100 guilty Persons should escape than that one innocent Person should suffer, is a Maxim that has been long and generally approved. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#3. The only certain things in life are death and taxes! #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin Gillette
#4. Your birth is existence breathing out. Your life is the conversation with a message. Your death is existence breathing in. #Quote by Franklin Gillette
Franklin Dixon quotes by Thomas A. Edison
#5. Tom Paine has almost no influence on present-day thinking in the United States because he is unknown to the average citizen. Perhaps I might say right here that this is a national loss and a deplorable lack of understanding concerning the man who first proposed and first wrote those impressive words, 'the United States of America.'

But it is hardly strange.

Paine's teachings have been debarred from schools everywhere and his views of life misrepresented until his memory is hidden in shadows, or he is looked upon as of unsound mind.

We never had a sounder intelligence in this Republic. He was the equal of Washington in making American liberty possible. Where Washington performed Paine devised and wrote. The deeds of one in the Weld were matched by the deeds of the other with his pen.

Washington himself appreciated Paine at his true worth. Franklin knew him for a great patriot and clear thinker. He was a friend and confidant of Jefferson, and the two must often have debated the academic and practical phases of liberty.

I consider Paine our greatest political thinker. As we have not advanced, and perhaps never shall advance, beyond the Declaration and Constitution, so Paine has had no successors who extended his principles. Although the present generation knows little of Paine's writings, and although he has almost no influence upon contemporary thought, Americans of the future will justly appraise his work. I am certain of #Quote by Thomas A. Edison
Franklin Dixon quotes by Peter Rogers
#6. He is a fool that cannot conceal his wisdom." - Benjamin Franklin. #Quote by Peter Rogers
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#7. What physicians call perspirable matter is that vapour which passes off from our bodies, from the lungs, and through the pores of the skin. The quantity of this is said to be five eighths of what we eat. - Author. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Miles Franklin
#8. I never can see why they make such a fuss and get so frightened because wimmen does a thing or two now they usedn't to. Nothing short of a earthquake can make them not men an' wimmmen, an' that's the main thing. #Quote by Miles Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Heather Dixon Wallwork
#9. Hush," he murmured. "There now. Hush." He traced his finger along her jaw. "That is a sweet thought," he whispered. "Except, my lady, I cannot die. #Quote by Heather Dixon Wallwork
Franklin Dixon quotes by Jeff Ferry
#10. Karl stood up and pointed at the large portraits on the wall. He swept the room from George Washington to Ben Franklin to John Adams to Thomas Jefferson. "Soldier, Printer, Lawyer, Scholar. You become a politician because the people make you one, not because you desire to be one. #Quote by Jeff Ferry
Franklin Dixon quotes by Jentezen Franklin
#11. Fasting is truly a secret source of power. #Quote by Jentezen Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#12. Many causes produce war. There are ancient hatreds, turbulent frontiers, the "legacy of old forgotten, far-off things, and battles long ago." There are new-born fanaticisms. Convictions on the part of certain peoples that they have become the unique depositories of ultimate truth and right. #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#13. Keep conscience clear, then never fear. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Walter Isaacson
#14. Socrates' method of building an argument through gentle queries, he "dropped my abrupt contradiction" style of argument and "put on the humbler enquirer" of the Socratic method. By asking what seemed to be innocent questions, Franklin would draw people into making concessions that would gradually prove whatever point he was trying to assert. #Quote by Walter Isaacson
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#15. He is ill clothed, who is bare of virtue. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by John Hope Franklin
#16. I went to college on my way to be a lawyer. That's all I wanted to do was go back home and help my daddy. I thought we were poor because he was not a good businessman and I was going to become the lawyer who would take charge of the business. #Quote by John Hope Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Michelle Franklin
#17. Life makes beggars out of those who have joyful hearts, taxing the living with hardship and tribulation, but the charity of companionship, the currency of shared and unmitigated love, alleviates all disconsolation. #Quote by Michelle Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#18. A bargain is something you have to find a use for once you have bought it. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Leo Rosten
#19. Mr. Kaplan smiled back and answered promptly, "Vell, I´ll tell you about Prazidents United States. Fife Prazidents United States is Abram Lincohen, he vas freeink de neegers; Hodding, Coolitch, Judge Vashington, an´ Banjamin Franklin."
Futher encouragement revealed that Mr. Kaplan´s literary Valhalla the "most famous tree American wriders" were Jeck Laundon, Valt Viterman, and the author of "Hawk l. Barry-Feen," one Mock- tvain. Mr. Kaplan took pains to point out that he did not mention Relfvaldo Amerson because "He is a poyet, an´I´m talkink about wriders. #Quote by Leo Rosten
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#20. He that would fish, must venture his bait. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#21. One mend-fault is worth two find-faults, but one find-fault is better than two make-faults. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Patrick Dixon
#22. Strong ethics keep corporations healthy . Poor ethics make companies sick. Values are the immune system of every organisation. #Quote by Patrick Dixon
Franklin Dixon quotes by P.O. Dixon
#23. Getting lost in a good book affords the surest means of improving one's mind as well as fueling one's imagination with a sense of adventure. All the better if said book should happen to be of a romantic bent. #Quote by P.O. Dixon
Franklin Dixon quotes by Madeline Claire Franklin
#24. They heard rumors of other robot ponies [ ... ] who were left to themselves after their mistresses and masters had grown weary of them, falling into a stupor before their hydraulic limbs squealed and locked, freezing up forever while their circuit boards fizzled and died. It sounded to Jenn that they had died of broken hearts - but to everyone else, they were just defective. #Quote by Madeline Claire Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin Graham
#25. I regret any comments I have ever made which may have cast any doubt on the personal faith of our president, Mr. Obama. #Quote by Franklin Graham
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#26. If you ever need a helping hand, you'll find one at the end of your arm. Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants to see us happy. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#27. Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that
men have died to win them.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#28. I think that both here and in England there are two schools of thought
those who would be altruistic in regard to the Germans, hoping that by loving kindness to make them Christian again
and those who would adopt a much tougher attitude. Most decidedly I belong to the latter school, for though I am not blood-thirsty, I want the Germans to know that this time at least they have definitely lost the war. #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#29. The height of foolishness is to discard an opportunity without full investigation #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#30. Contentment makes poor men rich,
Discontent makes rich men poor. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Franklin P. Adams
#31. I am easily influenced. Compared with me a weather vane is Gibraltar. #Quote by Franklin P. Adams
Franklin Dixon quotes by Jentezen Franklin
#32. If you want to please God, believe God. #Quote by Jentezen Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by A.C. Dixon
#33. He who obeys the command 'Rejoice in the Lord' has a Hallelujah in his soul every minute of the day and night. #Quote by A.C. Dixon
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#34. Each year one vicious habit discarded, in time might make the worst of us good. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Pete Du Pont
#35. Franklin Roosevelt had to govern at a time of crisis. If you're going to make changes in the way a nation thinks, you have to have the ability to take the crisis of the moment and use it to shape an agenda. #Quote by Pete Du Pont
Franklin Dixon quotes by Ruth Franklin
#36. I have never liked the theory that poltergeists only come into houses where there are children, because I think it is simply too much for any one house to have poltergeists and children. - "The Ghosts of Loiret #Quote by Ruth Franklin
Franklin Dixon quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#37. He that has once done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin

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