During times of universal deceit,
telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act

George Orwell

Man is the measure of all things;
of what is, that it is; of what is not, that it is not

Protagoras

The service we render others is
the rent we pay for our room on earth

David Hewson

Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In the wilderness of my thoughts what
I gladly remember is a desire which is yet to come

Enzo Calandra

Work is the price which is
paid for reputation

Baltasar Gracián

Be the change you wish
to see in the world

Mahatma Gandhi

The one duty we owe
to history is to rewrite it

Oscar Wilde

Which is the best government?
That which teaches us to govern ourselves

Johann Wolfgang Goethe

The only certainty is that nothing is certain

Plinio il Vecchio

Nemo iudex in causa sua
No one should be judge in his own cause

Codex Giustiniano

Alchemy transforms the haughty into fools, the rich into paupers,
the philosophers into dolts, and the deceived into loquacious deceivers...

Tritemio

Ask counsel of him who rules himself well

Leonardo da Vinci

You're never too old to learn

Seneca

The mind is not a vessel to be filled
but a fire to be kindled

Plutarco

The world rewards the appearance of merit
oftener than merit itself

Francois Duc de la Rochefoucauld

Work saves us from three great evils:
boredom, vice and need

Voltaire

Our understanding is enriched whenever
it comes into contact with other knowledge

Xavier Wheel

Your reason and your passion are the rudder
and the sails of your seafaring soul

Kahlil Gibran

Discretion is the mother of all virtues

San Benedetto

Errors, as straws, float on the surface:
those looking for pearls must dive into the deep

John Dryden

There are no speed limits
on the road to excellence

David J. Johnson

Sometimes the man stumbles into the truth,
but in most cases, gets up and continues on his way

Winston Churchill

He who is firmly seated in authority soon learns to think security,
and not progress, the highest lesson of statecraft

James Russell Lowell

It is stupidity, rather than courage, to refuse to recognize
danger when it is close upon you

Arthur Conan Doyle

Small opportunities are often the
beginning of great enterprises

Demostene

All habits make our hand
wittier and our wit unhandier

Friedrich Nietzsche

Who dares nothing,
need hope for nothing

Friedrich von Schiller

Of all modes of transport, the train is perhaps
the best aid to thought

Alain De Botton

The thing about trains, it doesn’t matter where they’re going.
What matters is deciding to get on

Robert Zemeckis

Nobody travels for the purpose of traveling,
but to the purpose of having traveled

Alphonse Karr

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