The Ultimate Book of Powerful Quotations

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Throughout human history, many where those who have enlightened mankind with the truth, and guided, each one in a special way, the rest of the world, toward a more joyful and prosperous way of living. While some are still remembered, most have been forgotten, and remain unknown to the masses, who in the darkness, ignore the fact that they may not even have access to a vast amount of knowledge during an entire lifetime, knowledge which has been segregated into small libraries, or very exclusive groups, most of them very selective in what regards the members they wish to allow access to such high knowledge. And so, the masses remain ignorant and imbecile as they ever where, starved for wisdom they neglect as much as they ridicule.

It was with this in mind, that the author has been collecting what he considers to be the most profound, clear and powerful quotes put on paper. In this book, you have access to the core of human wisdom, the most empowering quotations, resuming thousands of years of the most high wisdom present on planet Earth.

May this book be as a powerful medicine for your soul. And may you share it with others, so that more people can have the opportunity to free themselves from the boundaries of ignorance. For the more the world evolves, and the faster it does, the less evil will be present on the planet, as there is no such thing as evil amongst those who possess the truth of all truths, the light that shines on this world through the minds of the wise that either live or have lived here. These quotes set the beginning of a journey to an unknown territory, and may you never be the same after reading them. Repeat the reading as much as you can and may you grow in intelligence and compassion as much as you grow in strength.

Learn more with these Powerful Quotations.

  1. 510 Quotations

1. “A culture is as rich and capable of surviving as it has imaginative artists, skilled men of science, a high ethic level, workable government, land and natural resources, in about that order of importance. The elevation of a culture can be measured directly by the numbers of its people working in the field of aesthetics. It happens, however that democracies and other forms of government are prone to overlook the role of the artist in the society. One of the greatest single moves that could be made to advance and vitalize a culture such as America would be to free, completely, the artist from all taxes and similar oppressions, and thus attract into the arts the most ambitious and able and invite them to pursue unchecked the creation of all the beauty and glory on which any culture depends if it would have material wealth."

— L. Ron Hubbard


2. “A culture is only as great as its dreams and its dreams are dreamed by artists. When the level of existence of the artist becomes impure, so becomes impure the art itself, to the deterioration of the society. Because the artist deals in future realities, he always seeks improvements or changes in the existing reality. This makes the artist, inevitably and invariably a rebel against the status quo. The artist, by postulating the new realities of the future, accomplishes peaceful revolution."

— L. Ron Hubbard


3. “A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”

— Albert Einstein


4. “A person giving you advice isn't perfect and has his own shortcomings, but may just give you the piece that you're missing.”

— Dr. Ali Al Omari


5. “A person who has difficulty in buying the labor that he wants, suffers inconvenience or the reduction of profits. The person who cannot sell his labor is in effect told that he is of no use. The first difficulty causes annoyance or loss. The second is a personal catastrophe.”

— Sir William Beveridge


6. “A person who thinks all the time has nothing to think about except thoughts. So, he loses touch with reality, and lives in a world of illusions.”

— Alan Watts


7. “A predominant characteristic of the behavior of those who I consider evil is the use of other people as scapegoats. Because they consider themselves above disproving, they must attack someone who disproves them. They sacrifice others in order to preserve their self-image of perfection.”

— M. Scott Peck


8. “A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.”

— Sir Francis Bacon


9. “A society which in any way inhibits, suppresses or regiments its artists is a society certainly doomed. And democracy, avidly taxing its powerfully creative individuals into non-production, snatches from the artist any fruits of victory and exacts an enormous penalty for the creation of any work of art. Some artists, regrettably, seek to act in their private and public lives in an intensively aberrated fashion in order to prove that they are artists. The education of this effect is such that we can commonly discover some young girl, in the field of arts, living like a prostitute in order to convince herself and her friends that she is truly artistic. Being artistic was commonly identified with being loose-moraled, wicked, idle and drunken. And the artist, to be recognized, tried to live up to this role. This feeling persists to this day and certain people often embrace the arts solely as an excuse to be promiscuous, unconventional and loose in morals. Any field which has critics galore, wherein a thousand different schools of divergent opinion can exist, where opinion is listened to with open mouths in lieu of reason by which any many can reach a conclusion, is an authoritarian field. Aesthetics, unfortunately, abounds in these critics and opinions. But a culture is only as great as its dreams, and its dreams are dreamed by artists. When the level of existence of the artist becomes impure, so becomes impure the art itself to the deterioration of the society. For if the industry and commerce and material projects of a nation are carried on the backs of a few able, desperate men, then the honor an the glory of that society is carried and enhanced by the artist.”

— L. Ron Hubbard


10. “A very great vision is needed and the man who has it must follow it as the eagle seeks the deepest blue of the sky.”

— Crazy Horse (Oglala Lakota Sioux)



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