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Childishly Trivial Quotes By Charles Kettering

People see the wrongness in an idea much quicker that the rightness. — Charles Kettering

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Robert M. Drake

Do not worry, little heart. They are only feelings. So care a little less, the ride will be much more than what it seems. — Robert M. Drake

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Yotam Ottolenghi

Forget mung beans' reputation as healthy yet bland - used right, they soak up loads of flavour. — Yotam Ottolenghi

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Thomas Hobbes

No man's error becomes his own Law; nor obliges him to persist in it. — Thomas Hobbes

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

Fear totally obliterates a person, it makes people tolerate what is impossible to handle — Sunday Adelaja

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Kenneth B. Lifshitz

Many writers have reported being able to forestall the petty annoyances of life by maintaining the shared illusion that they are working at something productive...a facility they share with prostitutes and attorneys. — Kenneth B. Lifshitz

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Philip Glass

The past is reinvented and becomes the future. But the lineage is everything. — Philip Glass

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Munia Khan

We all have our secrets; some people like to hide it and some just don't like to reveal. — Munia Khan

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Nathaniel Hawthorne

As the architecture of a country always follows the earliest structures, American architecture should be a refinement of the log-house. The Egyptian is so of the cavern and the mound; the Chinese, of the tent; the Gothic, of overarching trees; the Greek, of a cabin. — Nathaniel Hawthorne

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Andre Gide

The abominable effort to take one's sins with one to paradise. — Andre Gide

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Thomas M. Disch

In short, Daniel was once again a member of a family. Viewed from without they were a strange enough family: a rattling, hunchbacked old woman, a spoiled senile cocker spaniel, and a eunuch with a punctured career (for though Rey didn't live with them, his off-stage presence was as abiding and palpable as that of any paterfamilias away every day at the office). And Daniel himself. But better to be strange together than strange apart. He was glad to have found such a haven at last, and he hoped that most familial and doomed of hopes, that nothing would change. — Thomas M. Disch

Childishly Trivial Quotes By Andy Grove

Congress will pass a law restricting public comment on the Internet to individuals who have spent a minimum of one hour actually accomplishing a specific task while on line. — Andy Grove