Knowing Quotes

Knowing what you can not do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that's good taste.

Lucille Dsire Ball

Without knowing it, we utilize hundreds of products each day that owe their origin to wild animals and plants. Indeed our welfare is intimately tied up with the welfare of wildlife. Well may conservationists proclaim that by saving the lives of wild species, we may be saving our own.

Norman Myers†

Man achieves in life only by commanding the capabilities nature has given him, or by creating them within himself by education and by knowing how to profit by the difficulties encountered.

Napolon Bonaparte

Knowing what you can not do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that is good taste.

Lucille Dsire Ball

On any longer view, man is only fitfully committed to the rational to thinking, seeing, learning, knowing. Believing is what he\'s really proud of.

Martin Amis

The missionary heart: Care more than some think is wise. Risk more than some think is safe. Dream more than some think is practical. Expect more than some think is possible. I was called not to comfort or success but to obedience.There is no joy outside of knowing Jesus and serving him.

Karen Watson

Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.

Peter Kaye

Nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.

Oscar Wilde

The tragedy of life and of the world is not that men do not know God; the tragedy is that, knowing Him, they still insist on going their own way.

William Barclay

There are all kinds of smiles:happy smiles, wicked smiles, knowing smiles, ironic smiles, surprised smiles, sneery smiles, guilty smiles, pleased smiles, I told you so smiles.


A physicist is an atom's way of knowing about atoms.

George Wald

Unhappiness is not knowing what we want and killing ourselves to get it.

Don Herold

Look around the habitable world, how few Know their own good, or knowing it, pursue.

John Dryden

All the miseries of mankind come from one thing, not knowing how to remain alone.

Blaise Pascal

Let us be thankful that our sorrow lives in us as an indestructible force, only changing in form, as forces do, and passing from pain to sympathy. To have suffered much is like knowing many languages. Thou hast learned to understand all.


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