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  • A mental stain can neither be blotted out by the passage of time nor washed away by any waters.
    * Cicero


  • No mind is thoroughly well organized that is deficient in a sense of humour.
    * Samuel Taylor Coleridge


  • It is the mind which creates the world about us, and even though we stand side by side in the same meadow, my eyes will never see what is beheld by yours, my heart will never stir to the emotions with which yours is touched.
    * George Gissing


  • The only inequalities that matter begin in the mind. It is not income levels but differences in mental equipment that keep people apart, breed feelings of inferiority.
    * Jacquetta Hawkes


  • The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size.
    * Oliver Wendell Holmes


  • When things are steep, remember to stay level-headed.
    * Horace


  • Little minds are interested in the extraordinary; great minds in the commonplace.
    * Elbert Hubbard


  • Bodily decay is gloomy in prospect, but of all human contemplations the most abhorrent is body without mind.
    * Thomas Jefferson


  • I had no reason to doubt that brains were suitable for a woman. And as I had my father's kind of mind-which was also his mother's-I learned that the mind is not sex-typed.
    * Margaret Mead


  • That's the classical mind at work, runs fine inside but looks dingy on the surface.
    * Robert T. Pirsig


  • As long as our brain is a mystery, the universe, the reflection of the structure of the brain, will also be a mystery.
    * Santiago Ramón y Cajal


  • All the soarings of my mind begin in my blood.
    * Rainer Maria Rilke


  • Men are not prisoners of fate, but prisoners of their own minds.
    * Franklin D. Roosevelt


  • The spirit within nourishes, and mind instilled throughout the living parts activates the whole mass and mingles with the vast frame.
    * Virgil