A Quote by Betty Friedan on aging, youth, opportunity, and strength

Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength.

Betty Friedan

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A Quote by Jean Anouilh on sorrow, world, strength, choice, and grief

One cannot weep for the entire world, it is beyond human strength. One must choose.

Jean Anouilh (1910 - 1987)

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A Quote by Placido Domingo on strength and enthusiasm

My strength is my enthusiasm.

Placido Domingo

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A Quote by Charles Caleb Colton on patience, weakness, strength, and impatience

Patience is the support of weakness; impatience the ruin of strength.

Charles Colton (c.1780 - 1832)

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A Quote by George Lewes on sincerity, strength, weakness, and insincerity

Insincerity is always weakness; sincerity even in error is strength.

George Lewes

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A Quote by Laurence Sterne on alone, loneliness, solitude, and strength

In solitude the mind gains strength and learns to lean upon itself.

Laurence Sterne (1713 - 1768)

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A Quote by Francois de La Rochefoucauld on strength, fortitude, and misfortunes

We all have enough strength to endure the misfortunes of others.

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

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A Quote by Thomas à Kempis on love, strength, and possibility

Love feels no burden, thinks nothing of trouble, attempts what is above its strength, pleads no excuse of impossibility; for it thinks all things lawful for itself, and all things possible.

Thomas Kempis

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A Quote by Michel Foucault on power, strength, society, and institutions

Power is not an institution, and not a structure; neither is it a certain strength we are endowed with; it is the name that one attributes to a complex strategical situation in a particular society.

Michel Foucault

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A Quote by Herman Melville on faults, weaknesses, strength, and weakness

Let us speak, though we show all our faults and weaknesses, - for it is a sign of strength to be weak, to know it, and out with it - not in a set way and ostentatiously, though, but incidentally and without premeditation.

Herman Melville (1819 - 1891)

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