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|But until the thinkers do and the doers think, progress will be just another word in |
the already overburdened vocabulary of the talkers who talk. - Unknown, Source
Think twice before you speak, then say it to yourself first. - Unknown, Source ...
|Think twice before you speak, then say it to yourself first. - Unknown, Source |
Think then act safely. - Unknown, Source The reason there are so few good
talkers in public is that there are so few thinkers in private. - Unknown, Source
The brain ...
|(1662) 4 First think, and then speak. Jorm CLARKE, Paroemiologia, p. 133. (1639|
) If thou thinkest twice, before thou speakest once, thou wilt speak twice the better
for it. WILLIAM ... 1885) Think twice before you speak and then say it to yourself.
|I say you do not, and cannot; that what you call your first thoughts are always your |
last thoughts ; that beyond a cry of pain or ... there is no possibility of saying what
we think before it changes. ... You are puzzled, perhaps, and astonished to rind,
upon a rigorous examination of yourself, that you never speak the ... Do you
always think twice before you speak once ? ... or in what is called the language of
books ; a language that no mortal man ever did or ever will talk, any more than he
|(Berman 1997: 372) Experience teaches wisdom: the experienced husband has |
learned to think twice before saying nothing. (Esar 1968: 286) Think twice before
you speak, and me other fellow will make the clever remarks first. (Esar 1968:
143) Think twice before you speak and then talk to yourself. (Hubbard 1973: 97) ...
|As a matter of fact, without him we'd soon drift into a rut, because most of us are |
too lazy to think of an objection, to say nothing ... First—Thou shalt take a warm
bath nightly. ... Read This: Think twice before you speak, and then talk to yourself.
|Mrs. Margaret Wheet, chief operator of the Havana exchange, received the first |
prize and Miss Cecil Ramp, chief operator at Lacon, was awarded ... My word is
obeyed and whatever I say they all do obediently and ask no questions. ... Never
feel yourself better than your subordinates simply because you hold a higher
position ; yet make them respect your superiority. ... think twice before you speak
|place, which you might have chosen for her yourself. ... Did yon say, Sir," said the |
poor woman, removing the handkerchief from her face, and looking up at me for
the first time — "did ... I once more entreated her to wait until I could speak to her
more unreservedly. ... There is something more, in what you have told me of that
woman's past conduct and of that man's past relations with her, than you or any of
your neighbors ever suspected. ... "Think twice before you go to Welmingham." ...
|speaking of. Mrs. Cranstoun, you know, wants a governess ; she was telling us |
but last night how anxious she was to get a person to suit her. Now ... the
education of the boy — a sweet child, from her account — and gladly make
myself useful by any way in my power. ... So, then, pride has something to say to
your choice of a scene of action, and love of novelty still more ! ... you would think
twice before you embarked in such a hastily-formed project ; especially I would
have you talk the ...
|The second, though it at first appeared to him to be a very simple matter, was of |
great importance in its results. ... “I think, Lockwood, that, if you can wait a while,
we may yet be able to do the loan for you,” wrote young Snowe. ... I consider
myself bound; I am your father's old friend, you know. ... Hugh read them
attentively; and then, raising his eyes to Mr. Frost's face, said: “The of: fer is a
most liberal-I may say an .... I am a plain, cynical kind of man; and I should think
twice before I did so.