Our life is determined for usand it makes the mind very free when we give up wishing and only thinkof bearing what islaid uponus and doing what isgivenusto do.
When I thinkof what I is And what I used to was, I gin to think I've sold myself For very little cas.Jane Baillie ne e Jane Baillie Welsh Carlyle
'My country right or wrong', is a thing that no patriot would thinkof saying except in a desperate case.It is like saying,'My mother, drunkor sober'. See Decatur 258:8.
When I thinkof my own native land, In a moment I seem to be there; But alas! recollection at hand Soon hurries me back to despair.william cowper
I've come to thinkof Europe as a hardcover book, America as the paperback version.Don DeLillo
New York was no mere city. It was instead an infinitely romantic notion, the mysterious nexus of all love and money and power, the shining and perishable dream itself. To thinkof 'living'there was to reduce the miraculous to the mundane; one does not 'live'at Xanadu.joan didion
The Moon is a splendid object in our skies, and we naturally tend to thinkof it as important.
It is difficult to thinkof any circumstances where learning may be said to be impossible.Michael Joseph Oakeshott
Some doubt the courage of the Negro. Go to Haiti and stand on those fifty thousand graves of the best soldiers France ever had, and ask them what they think of the Negro's sword.wendell phillips
When you thinkof what I had, what else was there to aspire to?Nelson A(ldrich) Rockefeller
Christ for myguardianship today: against poison, against burning, against drowning, against wounding, that there may come to me a multitude of rewards; Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ over me, Christ to right of me, Christ to left of me, Christ in lying down, Christ in sitting, Christ in rising up, Christ in the heart of every person who may thinkof me, Christ in the mouth of every person who may speak of me, Christ in every eye, which may look on me! Christ in every ear, which may hear me!
The automatic machine, whatever we thinkof any feelings it may or may not have, is the precise economic equivalent of the slave.Norbert Wiener