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For a light heart lives long.
-- Shakespeare, "Love's Labour's Lost"
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For adult education nothing beats children.
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For ages, a deadly conflict has been waged between a few brave men and
women of thought and genius upon the one side, and the great ignorant
religious mass on the other. This is the war between Science and Faith.
The few have appealed to reason, to honor, to law, to freedom, to the
known, and to happiness here in this world. The many have appealed to
prejudice, to fear, to miracle, to slavery, to the unknown, and to
misery hereafter. The few have said "Think". The many have said "Believe!"
-- Robert Ingersoll, "Gods"
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For an idea to be fashionable is ominous,
since it must afterwards be always old-fashioned.
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For certain people, after fifty, litigation takes the place of sex.
-- Gore Vidal
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For children with short attention spans: boomerangs that don't come back.
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For courage mounteth with occasion.
-- William Shakespeare, "King John"
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For every action, there is an equal and opposite criticism.
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For every bloke who makes his mark,
there's half a dozen waiting to rub it out.
-- Andy Capp
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For every credibility gap, there is a gullibility fill.
-- R. Clopton