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|Karen Weekes. If you feel gorgeous, you'll look gorgeous. ... When I lay my head |
on the pillow at night I can say I was a decent person today. That's when I ...
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork—reading, writing, thinking—can. —
|Diane Arbus 1923-1971, American photographer said: Everybody has that thing |
where they need to look one way but ... Founder of Cosmopolitan Magazine said:
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork -- reading, writing, and thinking--can.
|As soon as you stop being part of peace and justice and care, you're going to be |
lonely and your life isn't go- ing to have ... But it's not the thing to say in an
interview. ... “Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork - reading, writing, thinking—
|By the way, when we found the hat it was resting in its original cardboard box; if |
you look closely, you can see the box off to Gwen's right, that black and white
round ... “Beauty can't amuse you, but brain work— reading, writing, thinking—
|People say you shouldn't have plastic surgery because if God wanted you |
another way he would have made you that way, ... Fox news anchor (discussing
her eye job) Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork - reading, writing, thinking -
|Every trait of beauty may be referred to some virtue, as to innocence, candor, |
generosity, modesty, or heroism. St. Pierre To cultivate the ... Breton, Andre
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork -- reading, writing, thinking--can. - Brown,
|For example, fame, beauty, and other goals that require external recognition are |
good in the chasing (any goal adds purpose), but not so good in the having.
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork–reading, writing, thinking–can. —Helen ...
|Vin Scully “Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork — reading, writing, thinking — |
can.” Helen Gurley Brown “The truth is that women are . . . second class citizens.”
New York Times Magazine, September 2, 1962 “The threat of nuclear warfare ...
|Eva Bowring I can think of few important movements for reform in which success |
was won by any method other than that of an energetic minority ... Vera Brittain
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork — reading, writing, thinking — can.
|Anne Bradstreet "Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork — reading, writing, |
thinking — can." — Helen Gurley Brown "We learn as much from sorrow as from
joy, as much from illness as from health, from handicap as from advantage — and
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