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#1. The doctors of antiquity have affirmed that love is a passion that resembles a melancholy disease. The physician Rasis prescribed, therefore, in order to recover, coitus, fasting, drunkenness, and walking. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#2. Wealth begins ... in giving on all sides by tools and auxiliaries the greatest possible extension to our powers; as if it added feet and hands and eyes and blood ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#3. What is odious but ... people ... who toast their feet on the register ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#4. Why do we think love is a magician? Because the whole power of magic consists in love. The work of magic is the attraction of one thing by another because of a certain affinity of nature. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#5. The ideas of things intellectually known pass into the substance of the intellect much more than do foods into the substance of the body. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#6. Artist in each of the arts seek after and care for nothing but love. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#7. Who can wonder at the attractiveness ... of the bar, for our ambitious young men, when the highest bribes of society are at the feet of the successful orator? - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#8. Ending poverty and ensuring sustainability are the defining challenges of our time. Energy is central to both of them. - Author: Jim Yong Kim
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#9. In these times I don't, in a manner of speaking, know what I want; perhaps I don't want what I know and want what I don't know. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#10. There is a moment in the history of every nation, when ... the perceptive powers reach their ripeness and have not yet become microscopic: so that man, at that instant ... with his feet still planted on the immense forces of night, converses by his eyes and brain with solar and stellar creation. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#11. The poor man, whom the law does not allow to take ... a pair of shoes for his freezing feet, is allowed to put his hand into the pocket of the rich, and say, You shall educate me ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#12. The soul exists partly in eternity and partly in time. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#13. Everyone believes that he abounds in wisdom, but is short of money. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#14. Saturn seems to have impressed the seal of melancholy on me from the beginning. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#15. There are more slaves alive today than all the people stolen from Africa in the time of the transatlantic slave trade. Put another way, today's slave population is greater than the population of Canada, and six times greater than the population of Israel. - Author: Kevin Bales
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#16. If [writing] lift you from your feet with the great voice of eloquence, then the effect is to be wide, slow, permanent, over the minds of men; ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#17. Books that distribute things ... with as daring a freedom as we use in dreams, put us on our feet again. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#18. No man can claim to usurp more than a few cubic feet of the audibilities of a public room ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#19. The fate of the poor shepherd, who, blinded and lost in the snow-storm, perishes in a drift within a few feet of his cottage door, is an emblem of the state of man. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#20. It is hard to conceive that the old, whose thoughts have been all thought out, should ever love to live alone. Solitude is surely for the young, who have time before them for the execution of schemes, and who can, therefore, take delight in thinking - Author: Anthony Trollope
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#21. [Nature said] The sea shall disjoin the people [of England] from others, and knit them to a fierce nationality. It shall give them markets on every side. Long time I will keep them on their feet, by poverty, border-wars ... seafaring ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#22. It seems dreadful to say so, but there is something attractive to a girl in being told anyone is a bad man. She thinks at once that her love will reform him. - Author: Agatha Christie
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#23. Stories move in from the shadows to the limelight. And though the stage presents the drama of our powerlessness, the shadows offer the secret of our power. - Author: Rebecca Solnit
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#24. Law it is ... which hears without ears, sees without eyes, moves without feet and seizes without hands. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#25. At every person's birth, he or she is assigned a certain daemon by his own star, a guardian of life to help with his destined task. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#26. He tastes nothing who has not tasted for himself - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#27. Never worry about anything. Live in the present. Live now. Be happy. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#28. [The imagination] ... inspires an audacious mental habit. We are as elastic as the gas of gunpowder, and ... a word dropped in conversation, sets free our fancy, and instantly our heads are bathed with galaxies, and our feet tread the floor of the Pit. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#29. You are running to seek your friend. Let your feet run, but your mind need not. - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#30. No good man ever became suddenly rich. - Author: Publilius Syrus
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#31. Poetry being an attempt to express, not the common sense, - as the avoirdupois of the hero, or his structure in feet and inches, - but the beauty and soul in his aspect ... runs into fable, personifies every fact ... - Author: Marsilio Ficino
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#32. Inaction that results from indulgence is Procrastination. Inaction that results from intention is Patience. - Author: Rory Vaden
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