It is not enough to wish well, we must also act well.
Non enim satis est bene velle, sed etiam bene facere.
Ambrose of Milan – Roman politician and theologian, one of the four Latin doctors of the Church, 374-397 Bishop of Milan (c. 339-397), from “De officiis ministrorum” (On the Duties of the Clergy), Chapter 30, 143. (388/9), Quotations book 2018
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To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act.
Pour accomplir des grandes choses il ne suffit pas d’agir il faut rêver..
Anatole France – born Jacques Anatole François Thibault, French poet, Nobel Prize in literature 1921 (1844-1924), in his inaugural speech at the Académie Française on December 24th, 1896
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Firms come into being in order to enable human beings to achieve collaboratively what they could not achieve alone.
Prof. Morten T. Hansen/Prof. Nitin Nohria – Professor at University of California (b. 196?)/Deacan at Harvard Business School (b. 1962), from “How to Build Collaborative Advantage” (MIT Sloan Management Review, 2004)
Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.
wisdom, often attributed to Abraham Lincoln – American politician, 1861-65 16th president (1809-1865), abolished slavery in 1863;
the Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield (Illinois) called his authorship unlikely, Quotations book 2019