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Best David W. Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by David W. Johnson

There are no speed limits on the road to success. — David W. Johnson

Best Earvin Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Earvin Johnson

I like bubbles and the whole thing. That’s the fun of taking a bath. (on his new Magic’s Elixir Bubble Bath) — Earvin Johnson

Best Gerald W. Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Gerald W. Johnson

No man was ever endowed with a right without being at the same time saddled with a responsibility. — Gerald W. Johnson

Best Howard Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Howard Johnson

M-O-T-H-E-RM is for the million things she gave me,O means only that she’s growing old,T is for the tears she shed to save me,H is for her heart of purest goldE is for her eyes, with love-light shining,R means right, and right she’ll always be,Put them all together, they spell MOTHER,A word that means the world to me. — Howard Johnson

Best Jimmy Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Jimmy Johnson

Treat a person as he is, and he will remain as he is. Treat him as he could be, and he will become what he should be. — Jimmy Johnson

Best John Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by John Johnson

Men and women are limited not by the place of their birth, not by the color of their skin, but by the size of their hope. — John Johnson

Best Kimberly Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Kimberly Johnson

Never ruin an apology with an excuse. — Kimberly Johnson

Best Lady Bird Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Lady Bird Johnson

No news at 430 a.m. is good. — Lady Bird Johnson

It’s odd that you can get so anesthetized by your own pain or your own problem that you don’t quite fully share the hell of someone close to you. — Lady Bird Johnson

The way you overcome shyness is to become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid. — Lady Bird Johnson

Best Lyndon B. Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Lyndon B. Johnson

Being president is like being a jackass in a hailstorm. There’s nothing to do but to stand there and take it. — Lyndon B. Johnson

When things haven’t gone well for you, call in a secretary or a staff man and chew him out. You will sleep better and they will appreciate the attention. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I won’t have you electioneering on my doorstep. Every time you get in trouble in Parliament you run over here with your shirttail hanging out. (To Prime Minister Harold Wilson) — Lyndon B. Johnson

Our purpose in Vietnam is to prevent the success of aggression. It is not conquest, it is not empire, it is not foreign bases, it is not domination. It is, simply put, just to prevent the forceful conquest of South Vietnam by North Vietnam. — Lyndon B. Johnson

If you let a bully come in your front yard, he’ll be on your porch the next day and the day after that he’ll rape your wife in your own bed. (On appeasement) — Lyndon B. Johnson

I don’t believe I’ll ever get credit for anything I do in foreign affairs, no matter how successful it is, because I didn’t go to Harvard. — Lyndon B. Johnson

The Negro says, ‘Now.’ Others say, ‘Never.’ The voice of responsible Americans … says, ‘Together.’ There is no other way. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Until justice is blind to color, until education is unaware of race, until opportunity is unconcerned with the color of men’s skins, emancipation will be a proclamation but not a fact. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I greet you as the shapers of American society. — Lyndon B. Johnson

There are plenty of recommendations on how to get out of trouble cheaply and fast. Most of them come down to this Deny your responsibility. — Lyndon B. Johnson

All that Hubert needs over there is a gal to answer the phone and a pencil with an eraser on it. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I seldom think of politics more than 18 hours a day. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I believe the destiny of your generation-and your nation-is a rendezvous with excellence. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Poverty must not be a bar to learning and learning must offer an escape from poverty. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Every man has a right to a Saturday night bath. — Lyndon B. Johnson

We have entered an age in which education is not just a luxury permitting some men an advantage over others. It has become a necessity without which a person is defenseless in this complex, industrialized society. … We have truly entered the century of the educated man. — Lyndon B. Johnson

A man can take a little bourbon without getting drunk, but if you hold his mouth open and pour in a quart, he’s going to get sick on it. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Jack was out kissing babies while I was out passing bills. Someone had to tend the store. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Organized crime constitutes nothing less than a guerilla war against society. — Lyndon B. Johnson

The presidency has made every man who occupied it, no matter how small, bigger than he was and no matter how big, not big enough for its demands. — Lyndon B. Johnson

The CIA is made up of boys whose families sent them to Princeton but wouldn’t let them into the family brokerage business. — Lyndon B. Johnson

If two men agree on everything, you may be sure that one of them is doing the thinking. — Lyndon B. Johnson

It is the common failing of totalitarian regimes that they cannot really understand the nature of our democracy. They mistake dissent for disloyalty. They mistake restlessness for a rejection of policy. They mistake a few committees for a country. They misjudge individual speeches for public policy. (Answering North Vietnamese charge that US could not endure) — Lyndon B. Johnson

The noblest search is the search for excellence. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I’m tired. I’m tired of feeling rejected by the American people. I’m tired of waking up in the middle of the night worrying about the war. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Light at the end of the tunnel We don’t even have a tunnel we don’t even know where the tunnel is. — Lyndon B. Johnson

The American city should be a collection of communities where every member has a right to belong. It should be a place where every man feels safe on his streets and in the house of his friends. It should be a place where each individual’s dignity and self-respect is strengthened by the respect and affection of his neighbors. It should be a place where each of us can find the satisfaciton and warmth which comes from being a member of the community of man. This is what man sought at the dawn of civilzation. It is what we seek today. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I will do my best. That is all I can do. I ask for your help-and God’s. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I’d rather give my life than be afraid to give it. — Lyndon B. Johnson

We have talked long enough in this country about equal rights. … It is time now to write the next chapter-and to write it in the books of law. — Lyndon B. Johnson

This administration here and now declares unconditional war on poverty. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I want to make a policy statement. I am unabashedly in favor of women. (On appointing 10 women to top government positions) — Lyndon B. Johnson

We have the opportunity to move not only toward the rich society and the powerful society, but upward to the Great Society. — Lyndon B. Johnson

We Americans know-although others appear to forget-the risk of spreading conflict. We still seek no wider war. (On ordering retaliatory action against North Vietnam) — Lyndon B. Johnson

They call upon us to supply American boys to do the job that Asian boys should do. — Lyndon B. Johnson

When I was a boy … we didn’t wake up with Vietnam and have Cyprus for lunch and the Congo for dinner — Lyndon B. Johnson

A rioter with a Molotov cocktail in his hands is not fighting for civil rights any more than a Klansman with a sheet on his back and mask on his face. They are both more or less what the law declares them lawbreakers, destroyers of constitutional rights and liberties and ultimately destroyers of a free America. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Our numbers have increased in Vietnam because the aggression of others has increased in Vietnam. There is not, and there will not be, a mindless escalation. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I report to you that our country is challenged at home and abroad that it is our will that is being tried and not our strength our sense of purpose and not our ability to achieve a better America. — Lyndon B. Johnson

In this age when there can be no losers in peace and no victors in war, we must recognize the obligation to match national strength with national restraint. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Presidents quickly realize that while a single act might destroy the world they live in, no one single decision can make life suddenly better or can turn history around for good. — Lyndon B. Johnson

War is always the same. It is young men dying in the fullness of their promise. It is trying to kill a man that you do not even know well enough to hate. Therefore, to know war is to know that there is still madness in the world. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I knew from the start if I left a woman I really loved — the Great Society — in order to fight that bitch of a war in Vietnam then I would lose everything at home. My hopes my dreams. — Lyndon B. Johnson

I believe, with abiding conviction, that this people-nurtured by their deep faith, tutored by their hard lessons, moved by their high aspirations-have the will to meet the trials that these times impose. — Lyndon B. Johnson

What we won when all of our people united … must not be lost in suspicion and distrust and selfishness and politics. … Accordingly, I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as president. — Lyndon B. Johnson

To conclude that women are unfitted to the task of our historic society seems to me the equivalent of closing male eyes to female facts. — Lyndon B. Johnson

A compassionate government keeps faith with the trust of the people and cherishes the future of their children. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Democracy is a constant tension between truth and half-truth and, in the arsenal of truth, there is no greater weapon than fact. — Lyndon B. Johnson

America has not always been kind to its artists and scholars. Somehow the scientists always seem to get the penthouse while the arts and humanities get the basement. — Lyndon B. Johnson

If one morning I walked on top of the water across the Potomac River, the headline that afternoon would read President Can’t Swim. — Lyndon B. Johnson

We can draw lessons from the past, but we cannot live in it. — Lyndon B. Johnson

It is the excitement of becoming – always becoming, trying, probing, falling, resting, and trying again- but always trying and always gaining… — Lyndon B. Johnson

Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or to lose. — Lyndon B. Johnson

America is not merely a nation but a nation of nations. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Best Michael Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Michael Johnson

Life is often compared to a marathon, but I think it is more like being a sprinter long stretches of hard work punctuated by brief moments in which we are given the opportunity to perform at our best. — Michael Johnson

Best Paul Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Paul Johnson

The word ‘meaningful’ when used today is nearly always meaningless. — Paul Johnson

Best Percy H. Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Percy H. Johnson

You are not likely to get anywhere in particular if you don’t know where you want to go. — Percy H. Johnson

Best Pete Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Pete Johnson

Strategy is a style of thinking, a conscious and deliberate process, an intensive implementation system, the science of insuring future success. — Pete Johnson

Best Philander Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Philander Johnson

Cheer up, the worst is yet to come. — Philander Johnson

Best Philip Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Philip Johnson

ARCHITECTURE, n The art of how to waste space. — Philip Johnson

Best Rebecca Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Rebecca Johnson

Money is the opposite of the weather. Nobody talks about it, but everybody does something about it. — Rebecca Johnson

Best Samuel Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Samuel Johnson

Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it. — Samuel Johnson

Our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks. — Samuel Johnson

A man ought to read just as inclination leads him for what he reads as a task will do him little good. — Samuel Johnson

Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed not by strength, but perseverance. — Samuel Johnson

Language is only the instrument of science, and words are but the signs of ideas. — Samuel Johnson

Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful. — Samuel Johnson

Old age is not a disease- it is strength and survivorship, triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and disappointments, trials and illnesses. — Samuel Johnson

It is better to live rich than to die rich. — Samuel Johnson

It is better to suffer wrong than to do it, and happier to be sometimes cheated than not to trust. — Samuel Johnson

Round numbers are always false. — Samuel Johnson

Pleasure is very seldom found where it is sought our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks. — Samuel Johnson

I am always sorry when any language is lost, because languages are the pedigrees of nations. — Samuel Johnson

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. — Samuel Johnson

Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. — Samuel Johnson

It is a most mortifying reflection for a man to consider what he has done, compared to what he might have done. — Samuel Johnson

No mind is much employed upon the present recollection and anticipation fill up almost all our moments. — Samuel Johnson

In order that all men may be taught to speak truth, it is necessary that all likewise should learn to hear it. — Samuel Johnson

A man of genius has been seldom ruined but by himself. — Samuel Johnson

ESSAY — A loose sally of the mind an irregular indigested piece not a regular and orderly composition. — Samuel Johnson

Every man has a right to utter what he thinks truth, and every other man has a right to knock him down for it. — Samuel Johnson

Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance. — Samuel Johnson

To strive with difficulties, and to conquer them, is the highest human felicity. — Samuel Johnson

When once a man has made celebrity necessary to his happiness, he has put it in the power of the weakest and most timourous malignity, if not to take away his satisfaction, at least to withhold it. His enemies may indulge their pride by airy negligence a — Samuel Johnson

Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous mind. — Samuel Johnson

Every man wishes to be wise, and they who cannot be wise are almost always cunning. — Samuel Johnson

Learn that the present hour alone is man’s. — Samuel Johnson

If a man does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone. — Samuel Johnson

There can be no friendship without confidence, and no confidence without integrity. — Samuel Johnson

To hear complaints with patience, even when complaints are vain, is one of the duties of friendship. — Samuel Johnson

We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship formed. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over so in a series of kindness there is at last one which makes the heart run over. — Samuel Johnson

He who praises everybody, praises nobody. — Samuel Johnson

That fellow seems to posses but one idea and that is the wrong one. — Samuel Johnson

As gold which he cannot spend will make no man rich, so knowledge which he cannot apply will make no man wise. — Samuel Johnson

An intellectual improvement arises from leisure. — Samuel Johnson

A cucumber whould be well sliced, and dressed with pepper and viniger, and then thrown out, as good for nothing. — Samuel Johnson

When making your choice in life, do not neglect to live. — Samuel Johnson

Language is the dress of thought. — Samuel Johnson

I live in the crowds of jollity, not so much to enjoy company as to shun myself. — Samuel Johnson

Nothing will ever be attempted, if all possible objections must be first overcome. — Samuel Johnson

I hate mankind, for I think myself to be one of them, and I know how bad I am. — Samuel Johnson

We are long before we are convinced that happiness is never to be found, and each believes it possessed by others, to keep alive the hope of obtaining it for himself. — Samuel Johnson

The supreme end of education is expert discernment in all things–the power to tell the good from the bad, the genuine from the counterfeit, and to prefer the good and the genuine to the bad and the counterfeit. — Samuel Johnson

I look upon every day to be lost, in which I do not make a new acquaintance. — Samuel Johnson

Keeping accounts, Sir, is of no use when a man is spending his own money, and has nobody to whom he is to account. You won’t eat less beef today, because you have written down what it cost yesterday. — Samuel Johnson

When I was as you are now, towering in the confidence of twenty-one, little did I suspect that I should be at forty-nine, what I now am. — Samuel Johnson

What we hope ever to do with ease we may learn first to do with diligence. — Samuel Johnson

Your aspirations are your possibilities. — Samuel Johnson

Do not … hope wholly to reason away your troubles do not feed them with attention, and they will die imperceptibly away. Fix your thoughts upon your business, fill your intervals with company, and sunshine will again break in upon your mind. — Samuel Johnson

When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully. — Samuel Johnson

The true, strong, and sound mind is the mind that can embrace equally great things and small. — Samuel Johnson

Always set high value on spontaneous kindness. He whose inclination prompts him to cultivate your friendship of his own accord will love you more than one whom you have been at pains to attach to you. — Samuel Johnson

The fountain of content must spring up in the mind, and he who hath so little knowledge of human nature as to seek happiness by changing anything but his own disposition, will waste his life in fruitless efforts and multiply the grief he proposes to remove. — Samuel Johnson

Be not too hasty to trust or admire the teachers of morality they discourse like angels, but they live like men. — Samuel Johnson

Men are wise in proportion not to their experience but to their capacity for experience. — Samuel Johnson

No matter how dull, or how mean, or how wise a man is, he feels that happiness is his indisputable right. — Samuel Johnson

Almost all absurdity of conduct arises from the imitation of those whom we cannot resemble. — Samuel Johnson

As I know more of mankind I expect less of them, and am ready now to call a man a good man upon easier terms than I was formerly. — Samuel Johnson

If a man does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life, he will soon find himself alone. A man should keep his friendships in constant repair. — Samuel Johnson

Hope is necessary in every condition. — Samuel Johnson

Every quotation contributes something to the stability or enlargement of the language. — Samuel Johnson

A cucumber should be well-sliced, dressed with pepper and vinegar, and then thrown out. — Samuel Johnson

Don’t think of retiring from the world until the world will be sorry that you retire. I hate a fellow whom pride or cowardice or laziness drives into a corner, and who does nothing when he is there but sit and growl. Let him come out as I do, and bark. — Samuel Johnson

Do not accustom yourself to use big words for little matters. — Samuel Johnson

Of all the griefs that harass the distrest, Sure the most bitter is a scornful jest. — Samuel Johnson

Silence propagates itself, and the longer talk has been suspended, the more difficult it is to find anything to say. — Samuel Johnson

Self confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. — Samuel Johnson

If you are idle, be not solitary if you are solitary be not idle. — Samuel Johnson

Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable. — Samuel Johnson

Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. — Samuel Johnson

Your manuscript is both good and original, but the part that is good is not original and the part that is original is not good. — Samuel Johnson

What is written without effort is in general read without pleasure. — Samuel Johnson

The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good. — Samuel Johnson

The world is not yet exhaused let me see something tomorrow which I never saw before. — Samuel Johnson

While grief is fresh, every attempt to divert only irritates. You must wait till it be digested, and then amusement will dissipate the remains of it. — Samuel Johnson

We are inclined to believe those whom we do not know because they have never deceived us. — Samuel Johnson

A man may be so much of everything that he is nothing of anything. — Samuel Johnson

There are, in every age, new errors to be rectified and new prejudices to be opposed. — Samuel Johnson

Classical quotation is the parole of literary men all over the world. — Samuel Johnson

Wine makes a man more pleased with himself I do not say that it makes him more pleasing to others. — Samuel Johnson

Patriotism having become one of our topicks, Johnson suddenly uttered, in a strong determined tone, an apophthegm, at which many will start Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. But let it be considered that he did not mean a real and generous love of our country, but that pretended patriotism which so many, in all ages and countries, have made a cloak of self- interest. — Samuel Johnson

Mankind have a great aversion to intellectual labor but even supposing knowledge to be easily attainable, more people would be content to be ignorant than would take even a little trouble to acquire it. — Samuel Johnson

No man will be a sailor who has contrivance enough to get himself into jail for being in a ship is being in a jail, with the chance of being drowned. — Samuel Johnson

Read over your compositions, and wherever you meet with a passage which you think is particularly fine, strike it out. — Samuel Johnson

It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. The act of dying is not of importance, it lasts so short a time. — Samuel Johnson

Men are generally idle, and ready to satisfy themselves, and intimidate the industry of others, by calling that impossible which is only difficult. — Samuel Johnson

There is no observation more frequently made by such as employ themselves in surveying the conduct of mankind, than that marriage, though the dictate of nature, and the institution of Providence, is yet very often the cause of misery, and that those who enter into that state can seldom forbear to express their repentance, and their envy of those whom either chance or caution hath withheld from it. — Samuel Johnson

Such is the common process of marriage. A youth and maiden exchange meeting by chance, or brought together by artifice, exchange glances, reciprocate civilities, go home, and dream of one another. Having little to divert attention, or diversify thought, they find themselves uneasy when they are apart, and therefore conclude that they shall be happy together. They marry, and discover what nothing but voluntary blindness had before concealed they wear out life in altercations, and charge nature with cruelty. — Samuel Johnson

There will always be a part, and always a very large part of every community, that have no care but for themselves, and whose care for themselves reaches little further than impatience of immediate pain, and eagerness for the nearest good. — Samuel Johnson

Best Stewart B. Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Stewart B. Johnson

Our business in life is not to get ahead of others, but to get ahead of ourselves — to break our own records, to outstrip our yesterday by our today. — Stewart B. Johnson

Best Susan Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Susan Johnson

Whoever has the greatest command of the language, holds the power. — Susan Johnson

Best Tod Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Tod Johnson

The farther it gets from the bench it was worked on, the more real the real world becomes. — Tod Johnson

Best Wendell Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Wendell Johnson

Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use. — Wendell Johnson

Best Zachariah Johnson Quotes: The most famous quotes by Zachariah Johnson

The people are not to be disarmed of their weapons. They are left in full possession of them. — Zachariah Johnson

Best Denis Johnston Quotes: The most famous quotes by Denis Johnston

Men do not invent Myths. They only invent fables, and tell lies. True Myths create themselves, and find their expression in the men who serve their purpose. — Denis Johnston

Best Lynn Johnston Quotes: The most famous quotes by Lynn Johnston

Complaining is good for you as long as you’re not complaining to the person you’re complaining about. — Lynn Johnston

The most profound statements are often said in silence. — Lynn Johnston

No matter how old you are, there’s always something good to look forward to. — Lynn Johnston

Best Bill T. Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Bill T. Jones

Living and dying is not the big issue. The big issue is what you’re going to do with your time while you are here. — Bill T. Jones

Best Bobby Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Bobby Jones

It is nothing new or original to say that golf is played one stroke at a time. But it took me many years to realize it. — Bobby Jones

Best Charles Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Charles Jones

You are the same today that you are going to be in five years from now except for two things the people with whom you associate and the books you read. — Charles Jones

Best Clinton Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Clinton Jones

I never been in no situation where havin’ money make it any worse. — Clinton Jones

Best Deacon Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Deacon Jones

I was the originator of smack. Some guys rattle with smack with other guys it rolls right off their shoulders like nothing. — Deacon Jones

Best Franklin P. Jones Quotes: The most famous quotes by Franklin P. Jones

All women should know how to take care of children. Most of them will have a husband some day. — Franklin P. Jones

Honest criticism is hard to take, particularly from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance or a stranger. — Franklin P. Jones

Perhaps the angels who fear to tread where fools rush in used to be fools who rushed in. — Franklin P. Jones

Love doesn’t make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile. — Franklin P. Jones

Perhaps nothing has changed in the course of history as much as historians. — Franklin P. Jones

Originality is the art of concealing your source. — Franklin P. Jones

It’s a strange world of language in which skating on thin ice can get you into hot water. — Franklin P. Jones

Experience is that marvelous thing that enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again. — Franklin P. Jones

The quickest and shortest way to crush whatever laurels you have won is for you to rest on them. — Franklin P. Jones

You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance. — Franklin P. Jones

The trouble with being punctual is that nobody’s there to appreciate it. — Franklin P. Jones

Don’t be afraid to talk to yourself. It’s the only way you can be sure somebody’s listening. — Franklin P. Jones

The trouble with jogging is that, by the time you realize you’re not in shape for it, it’s too far to walk back. — Franklin P. Jones

Nothing changes your opinion of a friend so surely as success – yours or his. — Franklin P. Jones

One thing you will probably remember well is any time you forgive and forget. — Franklin P. Jones

It’s the opinion of some that crops could be grown on the moon. Which raises the fear that it may not be long before we’re paying somebody not to. — Franklin P. Jones

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