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The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of.
-- Blaise Pascal
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The heart is wiser than the intellect.
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...the heat come 'round and busted me for smiling on a cloudy day.
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The heaviest object in the world is the
body of the woman you have ceased to love.
-- Marquis de Lac de Clapiers Vauvenargues
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The Heineken Uncertainty Principle:
You can never be sure how many beers you had last night.
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"The hell with the prime directive! Let's kill something!"
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The help people need most urgently is
help in admitting that they need help.
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The herd instinct among economists
makes sheep look like independent thinkers.
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The heroic hours of life do not announce their presence by drum and trumpet,
challenging us to be true to ourselves by appeals to the martial spirit that
keeps the blood at heat. Some little, unassuming, unobtrusive choice presents
itself before us slyly and craftily, glib and insinuating, in the modest garb
of innocence. To yield to its blandishments is so easy. The wrong, it seems,
is venial... Then it is that you will be summoned to show the courage of
-- Benjamin Cardozo
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The higher you climb, the more you show your ass.
-- Alexander Pope, "The Dunciad"