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#1. Authentic community is the sweet aroma of the gifts offered to our Lord on the day of His birth. - Author: Alan De Jager
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#2. I have never come across a technology that doesn't change. This is inevitable. You have to adapt your systems as technology develops. - Author: Gijs De Vries
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Gijs De Vries
#3. Without a doubt, one of the things which keeps us from attaining perfection is our tongue. When one has reached the point of no longer committing faults in speech, he has surely reached perfection, as was said by the Holy Spirit. The worst defect in talking is talking too much. Hence, in speech be brief and virtuous, brief and gentle, brief and simple, brief and charitable, brief and amiable. - Author: Saint Francis De Sales
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Saint Francis De Sales
#4. It is as futile and dangerous to aim at making of society one large family, as sentimental socialism seeks to do, as to aim at making of it one large team, as positivist socialism seeks to do. - Author: Bertrand De Jouvenel
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Bertrand De Jouvenel
#5. On the one hand, it is in and through creative minds that the community fulfils itself at its best and reaches its highest forms; and on the other, it is from them that the community recovers the social substance with which it had nourished them, transfigured by their creative alchemy into a still higher social substance. The creative evolution of his community and his own creative evolution must always be the two earnest purposes of the individual. Its own creative evolution and that of the individuals in its midst must always be the two earnest purposes of the community. - Author: Salvador De Madariaga
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Salvador De Madariaga
#6. Captain Jack, that volatile Modoc, seems to have been handled still more causally. After being hanged and buried, Jack was exhumed, embalmed, and exhibited at carnivals: admission ten cents. How many instances of such sensibility one chooses to catalogue may be limited by the amount of time spent turning over musty pages. During the seventeenth century, Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle, came upon a wood plank near the ruins of Ft. Crèvecoeur deep in the wilderness of the New World, upon which a French deserter had printed: NOUS SOMMES TOUS SAUVAGES - Author: Evan S. Connell
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Evan S. Connell
#7. It seems to me a hard case to make slaves of those whom God and nature have made free. - Author: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
#8. Vu ja de means seeing old things that are inside and outside the company in new ways. - Author: Robert I. Sutton
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Robert I. Sutton
#9. True valor lies between cowardice and rashness. - Author: Miguel De Cervantes
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
#10. Western traditions of education have emphasized knowledge analysis, description and debate. They all have a part to play, but today there is a whole vast aspect of doing that has just been left out. Operacy is what keeps society going. - Author: Edward De Bono
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#11. Calzada de Calatrava, as Almadovar's brother once put it, 'is the sort of place where people spend their whole life saving for a decent gravestone in the cemetery. - Author: Giles Tremlett
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#12. The world is but a perennial movement. All things in it are in constant motion-the earth, the rocks of the Caucasus, the pyramids of Egypt-both with the common motion and with their own. - Author: Michel De Montaigne
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#13. First of all, the most important, that is to learn everything good that has survived from other times, and carefully to watch the bad - and throw it out. - Author: Ninette De Valois
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#14. Unto those Three Things which the Ancients held impossible, there should be added this Fourth, to find a Book Printed without erratas. - Author: Alfonso De Cartagena
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#15. While our pulse beats and we feel emotion, let us put off the business. Things will truly seem different to us when we have quieted and cooled down. It is passion that is in command at first, it is passion that speaks, it is not we ourselves. - Author: Michel De Montaigne
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#16. I thought about my friend and wondered if his ghost was here with Macarthur. Or maybe they were in heaven somewhere watching me sing with Gecko telling the old man he was getting goosebumps. - Author: John Van De Ruit
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#17. Despotism alone can provide that atmosphere of secrecy which favors crooked dealing and enables the freebooters of finance to make illicit fortunes. - Author: Alexis De Tocqueville
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#18. Without patience or negotiation, there is bitterness: anger that has forgotten where it came from. There is a nagger who wants it done now and can't be bothered to explain why. And there is a naggee who no longer has the heart to explain that his or her resistance is grounded in some sensible counter-arguments or, alternatively, in some touching and perhaps even forgivable flaws of character.
The two parties just hope the problem – so boring to them both – will simply go away. - Author: Alain De Botton
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#19. A little time separates us from those who depart - a time of tears, a time of sadness and solitude; but, that over, we go to rejoin them and to enjoy with them the society of the blessed. Oh, how sweetly the heart rests in this immortal hope! - Author: Eugenie De Guerin
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Eugenie De Guerin
#20. Love cries victory when the tears of a woman become the sole defence of her virtue. - Author: Jean De La Fontaine
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#21. [I]t is His good pleasure that we remain always in the holy joy of His love ... - Author: Vincent De Paul
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Vincent De Paul
#22. It appears to me that in spite of myself I have been dragged to this inevitable point where old age must be undergone. I see it there before me; I have reached it; and I should at least like so to arrange matters that I do not move on, that I do not travel farther along this path of infirmities, pains, losses of memory and disfigurement. Their attack is at hand, and I hear a voice that says, `You must go along, whatever you may say; or if indeed you will not, then you must die,' which is an extremity from which nature recoils. However, that is the fate of all who go on a little too far. - Author: Marie De Rabutin-Chantal De Sevigne
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Marie De Rabutin-Chantal De Sevigne
#23. Cry the Gospel with your whole life. - Author: Charles De Foucauld
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#24. In 1934, strongman Fulgencio Batista forced President Grau's resignation. Then in 1940, Grau lost his bid for the Presidency to his adversary Batista. Four years later in 1944, he did win the election and took office for a four-year term starting on October 10th. After Grau won the election and was the President elect, Batista still in office, blatantly attacked the National Treasury, leaving the cupboards bare by the time Grau was actually sworn in as President.
Since Grau and Batista were staunch adversaries, it is highly unlikely that any deal could have been made in 1946 to allow "Lucky" Luciano into Cuba, especially with Luciano having been exiled to Sicily by the United States government that preceding February. Still, Lansky had enough political pull within the Cuban government to prepare for a strong Mafia presence in Havana.
In October of 1946, in an attempt to keep his whereabouts a secret, "Lucky" Luciano covertly boarded a freighter taking him from Naples, Italy, to Caracas, Venezuela. Then Luciano flew south to Rio de Janeiro and returned north to Mexico City. On October 29, 1946, he arranged for a private flight from Mexico City to Camagüey, Cuba, where Meyer Lansky met him. Having the right connections, Luciano passed through Cuban customs unimpeded and was whisked by car to the splendid Grand Hotel.
Luciano, having just arrived in Cuba, was looking forward to setting up operations. Cuba would actually be a better place than the United States fo - Author: Hank Bracker
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Hank Bracker
#25. There is no artifice as good and desirable as simplicity. - Author: Francis De Sales
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Francis De Sales
#26. You're lovely but you're empty,' he went on. 'One couldn't die for you - Author: Antoine De Saint Exupery
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Antoine De Saint Exupery
#27. I take sanctuary in an honest mediocrity. - Author: Jean De La Bruyere
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#28. You treat me better than I've ever treated myself. - Author: Portia De Rossi
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Portia De Rossi
#29. an honest man is the man who keeps his own counsel, and will not divide the plunder. - Author: Honore De Balzac
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#30. Most of what makes a book 'good' is that we are reading it at the right moment for us. - Author: Alain De Botton
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Alain De Botton
#31. Democracy entails a correlation between the public interest as expressed by a majority of the population and the governmental policies that affect them. The term encompasses various manifestations, including direct, participatory and representative democracy, but Governments must be responsive to people and not to special interests such as the military-industrial complex, financial bankers and transnational corporations. Democracy is inclusive and does not privilege an anthropological aristocracy. - Author: Alfred-Maurice De Zayas
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Alfred-Maurice De Zayas
#32. Today I had a lively discussion with a merchant in Fez with a view to finding out what the Moors think of European civilization.... He was a fine man, about forty years old, with an honest and serious face, who had made business visits to the most important cities in Western Europe and had lived for a long time in Tangier, where he learnt Spanish....
I asked him therefore what kind of impression the large cities of Europe had made on him....
He looked hard at me and answered coldly:
"Large streets, fine shops, beautiful palaces, good workshops, everything clean." He gave the impression that with these words, he had mentioned everything in our countries that was worthy of praise.
"Have you not found anything else in Europe that is beautiful and good?" I asked.

He looked at me questioningly. "Is it possible," I went on, "that an intelligent man like you, who has visited several countries so marvelously superior to your own can speak about them without astonishment, or at least without the emotion of a country boy who has seen the pasha's palace? What can you possibly admire in the world? What sort of people are you? Who can possibly understand you?"

"Perdone Usted", he answered coldly, "it is for me to say that I cannot understand you. I have told you all the things which I consider to be better in Europe. What more can I say? Have I to say something that I do not believe to be true? I repeat that your streets are larger than ours, yo - Author: Edmondo De Amicis
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Edmondo De Amicis
#33. Most of our childhood is stored not in photos, but in certain biscuits, lights of day, smells, textures of carpet. - Author: Alain De Botton
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Alain De Botton
#34. I can't imagine it now, but I must've been innocent at some time in my life. A baby don't just get itself born bad, do it? - Author: Charles De Lint
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Charles De Lint
#35. The universe is large and we are tiny, without the need for further religious superstructure. One can have so-called spiritual moments without belief in the spirit. - Author: Alain De Botton
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Alain De Botton
#36. In the American colonies, the main problem of liberty has been solved, demonstrated and practiced in such a manner as not to leave much to be said by European institutions. - Author: Marquis De Lafayette
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Marquis De Lafayette
#37. Life is too short to spare an hour of it in the indulgence of this evil passion. - Author: Alphonse De Lamartine
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Alphonse De Lamartine
#38. Among the attributes of God, although they are equal, mercy shines with even more brilliance than justice. - Author: Miguel De Cervantes
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
#39. I'm not a big football person at all. - Author: Robert De Niro
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Robert De Niro
#40. I want death to find me planting my cabbages. - Author: Michel De Montaigne
Vacios De Redaccion quotes by Michel De Montaigne

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