“Believe in your dreams and they may come true; Believe in yourself and they will come true” – anonymous
“Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today” – James Dean
Quotes, their everywhere. These two quotes are a few of the most inspirational quotes you will ever find. But maybe they’re not all inspirational. My brother and I have a habit of modifying quotes to make them funny or even more logical, such the Quote “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, and try again.” By William E. Hickson. My brother modified it to say “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try and then try find out why you’re trying something that you’re obviously failing at”. I find this hilariously funny because it is true. My brother who was only fourteen at the time managed to modify a quote extremely effectively.
For me there’s always a new quote to read or said. On twitter you’ll find thousands! Some funny, some serious, some really boring. Some of my favorites are “I like school, I just hate the learning part”, or “Fact: Not all goodbyes are sad. Example: Goodbye school”. You will always find quotes if you look in the right place, I mean just “Google it”.
Google, the world’s most popular search engine, and the most developed. It has abilities you cannot even see! It has a quote that is dedicated to it, you have never heard of a person “Just yahoo it” or “Just Bing it”, it’s just not the same.
Quotes on the other hand are sometimes so similar that you cannot tell the difference in meaning, but if you look at it in different contexts they change meaning. Like “The eternally incomprehensible thing about the world is its comprehensibility.” And “The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible.” Of course these two are identical except for “eternally” and “Most”. These drastically changes the meaning of the two, one is certain the other is not so. And both are by Albert Einstein.
Benjamin Franklin had a big impact on early American literature. He was born in Boston and lived from 1706 -1800. Which was pretty long back then. When he was growing up he had had no good formal education. He dropped out of school at age 10 and went to work for his father. Where he worked for him for 2 years. Then went to work for his brother as an apprentice. Where he found out that he liked to ...
There are thousands of quotes to be read, said, and viewed; but always remember the best quotes come when you experience them yourself. And yes you can quote me on that.