Sunday, August 17, 2008

Writing, Government, Degradation, Age Quotes

William Somerset Maugham
It has been said that good prose should resemble the conversation of a well-bred man.

Sheldon Richman
The more power government has to provide things, the more power it has to dictate terms.

Marvin Lee Minsky
Too much suffering diminishes us by restricting the complexities that constitute our very selves. It must be the same for pleasure as well.

Cesare Pavese
Every man over thirty identifies his youth with the worst fault he thinks he has discovered in himself.

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