individuality

A Quote by Alban Berg on fulfillment, guidance, independence, individuality, music, and talent

Schoenberg commenting on the music of Alban Berg: I am proud that [I was] , , , enabled to guide this great talent . . . towards the superb fulfillment of its individual potentialities, towards the greatest independence.

Alban Berg (1885 - 1935)

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A Quote by Alan Valentine on achievement, control, discipline, freedom, individuality, liberty, nations, self-control, slavery, and women

Freedom is born of self-discipline. No individual, no nation, can achieve or maintain liberty without self-control. The undisciplined man (or woman) is a slave to his own weaknesses.

Alan Valentine

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A Quote by Adolf Hitler on day, happiness, and individuality

The day of individual happiness has passed.

Adolf Hitler (1889 - 1945)

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A Quote by Abraham Lincoln on borrowing, government, individuality, interest, and originality

As an individual who undertakes to live by borrowing, soon finds his original means devoured by interest, and next no one left to borrow from - so must it be with a government.

Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865)

Source: Abraham Lincoln, campaign circular from Whig Committee, March 4, 1843.

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A Quote by Abraham Lincoln on action, charity, community, government, individuality, justice, men, nature, needs, people, schools, separation, and variety

The legitimate object of government is to do for a community of people whatever they need to have done, but cannot do at all in their separate and individual capacities. In all that the people can individually do as well for themselves, government ought not to interfere. The desirable things which the individuals of a people can not do, or can not well do, for themselves, fall into two classes: those which have relation to wrongs, and those which have not. Each of these branch off into an infinite variety of subdivisions. The first - that in relation to wrongs - embraces all crimes, misdemeanors, and nonperformance of contracts. The other embraces all which, in its nature, and without wrong, requires combined action, as public roads and highways, public schools, charities, pauperism, orphanage, estates of the deceased, and the machinery of government itself. From this it appears that if all men were just, there still would be some, though not so much, need for government.

Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865)

Source: fragment on government (July 1, 1854?)

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A Quote by A. Whitney Brown on individuality and people

There are a billion people in China. It's not easy to be an individual in a crowd of more than a billion people. Think of it. More than a BILLION people. That means even if you're a one-in-a-million type of guy, there are still a thousand guys exactly like you.

A. Whitney Brown

Source: The Big Picture

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