belief

A Quote by Alfred Armand Montapert on belief, climate, environment, fashion, idealism, and philosophy

The environment you fashion out of your thoughts . . . your beliefs . . . your ideals . . . your philosophy . . . is the only climate you will ever live in.

Alfred Montapert (1906 -)

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A Quote by Alfred Armand Montapert on belief and dreams

To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan . . . believe . . . act!

Alfred Montapert (1906 -)

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A Quote by Alfred Korzybski on belief, doubt, life, and thinking

There are two ways to slide easily through life: namely, to believe everything, or to doubt everything; both ways save us from thinking.

Alfred Korzybski (1879 - 1950)

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A Quote by Alfred Armand Montapert on belief, life, and stability

If you don't have solid beliefs, you cannot build a stable life. Beliefs are like the foundation of a building, and they are the foundation to build your life upon.

Alfred Montapert (1906 -)

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A Quote by Alfred E. Smith on belief, laughter, manners, simplicity, sincerity, and words

Be sincere. Be simple in words, manners, and gestures. Amuse as well as instruct. If you can make a man laugh, you can make him think and make him like and believe you.

Alfred E. Smith

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A Quote by Alfred E. Wiggam on belief, conservatism, and time

A conservative is a man who believes that nothing should be done for the first time.

Alfred E. Wiggam

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A Quote by Alexander Pope on belief and justice

'Tis with our judgments as our watches,-none Go just alike, yet each believes his own.

Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

Source: Essay on Criticism. Part i. Line 9. 1711

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A Quote by Alexander Pope on art, belief, genius, imitation, nature, observation, people, study, and understanding

I believe it is no wrong Observation, that Persons of Genius, and those who are most capable of Art, are always fond of Nature, as such are chiefly sensible, that all Art consists in the Imitation and Study of Nature. On the contrary, People of the common Level of Understanding are principally delighted with the Little Niceties and Fantastical Operations of Art, and constantly think that finest which is least Natural.

Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

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A Quote by Alexander Pope on belief and justice

It is with our judgments as with our watches: no two go just alike, yet each believes his own.

Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

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A Quote by Aleksei Leonov on belief and earth

I believe I never knew what the word round meant until I saw Earth from space.

Aleksei Leonov

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