Poem by Richard Kipling you will be a Man

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In necessary things, unity; in doubtful things, liberty; in all things, charity.

Richard Baxter

Western Buddhists in many ways are much serious Buddhists than Tibetans are.

Richard Gere

The best thing you've got going for you is individuality.

Richard Thompson

People really have to believe in their tax system. They have to believe that there is an equitable distribution of the burden, but there is also an important investment based upon the potential achievements that come from us paying our taxes.

Richard Neal

You can read about it all you want, but there is no substitute for just doing it.

Richard Morris

I was not lying. I said things that later on seemed to be untrue.

Richard Nixon

Gary Cooper was a good friend. He was a great nature lover. He was like an American Indian, he knew every leaf that was turned over. It was an education to go for a walk with him.

Richard Widmark

He that is not open to conviction, is not qualified for discussion.

Richard Whately

I have no idea what White House statement was was issued, but I stand by it 100 percent.

Richard Darman

There's no jealousy in the grave.

Rudyard Kipling

In Holland, they have come to precisely the same conclusion. There they have adopted a system of secular education, because they have found it impracticable to unite the religious bodies in any system of combined religious instruction.

Richard Cobden

I've been working with them for a couple years and a couple of projects. Essentially Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is the chief litigator for this corporation, this Alliance, and their job is to prosecute corporate polluters of the great bodies of water in North America.

Richard Dean Anderson

The President can bomb anybody he likes.

Richard Nixon

I do find myself at the moment, due to the success of School of Rock, to be on people's radar a little.

Richard Linklater

When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains, and the women come out to cut up what remains, jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains and go to your gawd like a soldier.

Rudyard Kipling

A quiet impression could be a personal instruction from the Lord. It is personal and private. It comes from the Lord. Why is it important to keep sacred writings private? Because then He will give us more.

Richard G. Scott

When you're in love it's the most glorious two and a half days of your life.

Richard Lewis

Nature has a great simplicity and therefore a great beauty.

Richard Feynman

It has never been my object to record my dreams, just to realize them.

Man Ray

Lichtenberg

Smells are surer than sounds or sights
To make your heart-strings crack--
They start those awful voices o' nights
That whisper, " Old man, come back! "
That must be why the big things pass
And the little things remain,
Like the smell of the wattle by Lichtenberg,
Riding in, in the rain.


There was some silly fire on the flank
And the small wet drizzling down--
There were the sold-out shops and the bank
And the wet, wide-open town;
And we were doing escort-duty
To somebody's baggage-train,
And I smelt wattle by Lichtenberg--
Riding in, in the rain.


It was all Australia to me--
All I had found or missed:
Every face I was crazy to see,
And every woman I'd kissed:
All that I should n't ha' done, God knows!
(As He knows I'll do it again),
That smell of the wattle round Lichtenberg,
Riding in, in the rain!


And I saw Sydney the same as ever,
The picnics and brass-bands;
And my little homestead on Hunter River
And my new vines joining hands.
It all came over me in one act
Quick as a shot through the brain--
With the smell of the wattle round Lichtenberg,
Riding in, in the rain.


I have forgotten a hundred fights,
But one I shall not forget--
With the raindrops bunging up my sights
And my eyes bunged up with wet;
And through the crack and the stink of the cordite
(Ah Christ! My country again!)
The smell of the wattle by Lichtenberg,
Riding in, in the rain!

Rudyard Kipling