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«Ideas move rapidly when their time comes.»
«It should be encouraging to you to know that if you are now confronted by any kind of problem, personal or otherwise, there is a way to solve it, and you will find the way as rapidly and as surely as you apply to it the principles of divine truth»
«Communication is a skill that you can learn. It's like riding a bicycle or typing. If you're willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of very part of your life.»
«Look round and round upon this bare bleak plain, and see even here, upon a winter's day, how beautiful the shadows are! Alas! it is the nature of their kind to be so. The loveliest things in life, Tom, are but shadows; and they come and go, and change and fade away, as rapidly as these!»
Author: Charles Dickens
, Come and Go
, fade away
, fading away
, The Shadows
«I am convinced all of humanity is born with more gifts than we know. Most are born geniuses and just get de-geniused rapidly.»
«I do not think any reasonable person can doubt that in India, China and Japan, if the knowledge of birth control existed, the birthrate would fall very rapidly»
«During the majority of his waking hours he is in close association with his pupils, who are admittedly his inferiors, and so he rapidly acquires the familiar, self-satisfied professorial attitude of mind»
Author: Henry Louis Mencken
«It is impossible to walk rapidly and be unhappy.»
«All good, intellectual people come together at one place and try to bring harmony by means of exchange of thoughts and ideas. When all of them unite they progress rapidly and attain their aims. The external forces cannot harm them in any way. »
«BOSWELL: Sir, you observed one day . . . that a man is never happy for the present, but when he is drunk. Will you not add, - or when driving rapidly in a post-chaise? JOHNSON: No, Sir, you are driving rapidly from something, or to something.»