Seeds of Knowledge Quotes



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If we're going to bring out the best in people, we, too, need to sow seeds of encouragement. Joel Osteen

There is but one method of rendering a republican form of government durable, and that is by disseminating the seeds of virtue and knowledge through every part of the state by means of proper places and modes of education and this can be done effectively only by the aid of the legislature. Benjamin Rush

Short version: For the child. . ., it is not half so important to know as to feel. If facts are the seeds that later produce knowledge and wisdom, then the emotions and the impressions of the senses are the fertile soil in which the seeds must grow. . . . It is more important to pave the way for a child to want to know than to put him on a diet of facts that he is not ready to assimilate. Rachel Carson

It's in the valley of failure that we sow our seeds of success. James Altucher

No very deep knowledge of economics is usually needed for grasping the immediate effects of a measure; but the task of economics is to foretell the remoter effects, and so to allow us to avoid such acts as attempt to remedy a present ill by sowing the seeds of a much greater ill for the future. Ludwig Von Mises

Scatter seeds of kindness. George Ade

Circumstances are the seeds of literature. Salvador de Madariaga

Experiences are the seeds out of which wisdom grows. Konrad Adenauer

We carry the seeds of happiness with us wherever we go. Martha Washington

Ah, how the seeds of cockiness blossom when soiled in ignorance. Steve Alten

Beauty scatters the seeds of hope in us. Joan D. Chittister

In every failure lies the seeds of success. Deepak Chopra

Within crisis, are the seeds of opportunity. Marilyn Monroe

Every problem contains the seeds of its own solution. Stanley Arnold

God did not plant the seeds of this Arcadia. I did. Andrew Ryan

It is in these acts called trivialities that the seeds of joy are forever wasted, until men and women look round with haggard faces at the devastation their own waste has made, and say, the earth bears no harvest of sweetness - calling their denial knowledge. George Eliot

The delight we take in our senses is an implicit desire to know the ultimate reason for things, the highest cause. The desire for wisdom that philosophy etymologically is is a desire for the highest or divine causes. Philosophy culminates in theology. All other knowledge contains the seeds of contemplation of the divine. Josef Pieper

Failure is the seed of success Kaoru Ishikawa

A set of ideas, a point of view, a frame of reference is in space only an intersection, the state of affairs at some given momentin the consciousness of one man or many men, but in time it has evolving form, virtually organic extension. In time ideas can be thought of as sprouting, growing, maturing, bringing forth seed and dying like plants. John Dos Passos

If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people. Confucius

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