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Thought

By thinking, nobody can ever get worse but will only get better. – Anne Frank.


Enjoy yourself - it's later than you think. – Socrates.


How can you prove whether at this moment we are sleeping, and all our thoughts are a dream; or whether we are awake, and talking to one another in the waking state? - Plato.


I cannot teach anybody anything; I can only make them think. – Socrates.


If I read a book that impresses me, I have to take myself firmly in hand before I mix with other people; otherwise they would think my mind rather queer. – Anne Frank.


I'm currently in the middle of a depression. I couldn't really tell you what set it off, but I think it stems from my cowardice, which confronts me at every turn. – Anne Frank.


It is just that we should be grateful, not only to those with whose views we may agree, but also to those who have expressed more superficial views; for these also contributed something, by developing before us the powers of thought. – Aristotle.


It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. – Aristotle.


No man undertakes a trade he has not learned, even the meanest; yet everyone thinks himself sufficiently qualified for the hardest of all trades, that of government. – Socrates.


The actuality of thought is life. – Aristotle.


The energy of the mind is the essence of life. – Aristotle.


The high-minded man must care more for the truth than for what people think. – Aristotle.


The nearest way to glory is to strive to be what you wish to be thought to be. – Socrates.


The soul never thinks without a picture. – Aristotle.


Thinking is sometimes injurious to health. – Aristotle.


Thinking: the talking of the soul with itself. - Plato.


Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy. – Anne Frank.


To be conscious that we are perceiving or thinking is to be conscious of our own existence. – Aristotle.


To fear death, my friends, is only to think ourselves wise, without being wise: for it is to think that we know what we do not know. For anything that men can tell, death may be the greatest good that can happen to them: but they fear it as if they knew quite well that it was the greatest of evils. And what is this but that shameful ignorance of thinking that we know what we do not know? – Socrates.


To find yourself, think for yourself. – Socrates.



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