Quotes by Sir Issac Newton, On how he made discoveries

By always thinking unto them. I keep the subject constantly before me and wait till the first dawnings open little by little into the full light.

Sir Issac Newton, On how he made discoveries

Other Great Authors

The pain of dispute exceeds, by much, its utility. All disputation makes the mind deaf, and when people are deaf I am dumb.

Joseph Joubert

Wealth is not his that has it, but his who enjoys it.

Benjamin Franklin

The individual must not merely wait and criticize, he must defend the cause the best he can. The fate of the world will be such as the world deserves.

Albert Einstein

Our worst fault is our preoccupation with the faults of others.

Kahlil Gibran

Eric Draven It can't rain all the time.

Crow, The

Aristotle was once asked what those who tell lies gain by it. Said he, That when they speak truth they are not believed.

Laertius Diogenes »

Civility costs nothing and buys everything.

Mary Wortley Montagu »

If there are occasions when my grape turned into a raisin and my joy bell lost its resonance, please forgive me. Charge it to my head and not to my heart.

Jesse Louis Jackson »