Smiley Blanton Quotes



Best 14 Quotes by Smiley Blanton

“Fear is the most subtle and destructive of all human diseases.”

“It is very often asserted that fear is destructive. Yet this is not entirely true; when fear is felt about things that truly threaten security, it is protective. It is very fortunate that humans have an almost unlimited capacity for learning fears; otherwise we would have been eliminated long ago.”

“Men err when they think they can be inhuman exploiters in their business life, and loving husbands and fathers at home.”

“The first and finest lesson that parents can teach their children is faith and courage.”

“Things that upset a terrier may pass virtually unnoticed by a Great Dane.”

“To be happy, drop the words 'if only' and substitute instead the words 'next time'.”

“You can handle anything if you think you can. Just keep your cool and your sense of humor.”

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“A sense of curiosity is nature's original school of education.”

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“Every life must be chalked up at least a partial failure when it does not succeed in reaching its inherent destiny.”

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“If we are deprived of our just due, we naturally experience emotions of anger.”

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“Love is the immortal flow of energy that nourishes, extends and preserves. It's eternal goal is life.”

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“No one who has ever brought up a child can doubt for a moment that love is literally the life-giving fluid of human existence.”

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“The truth is that all of us attain the greatest success and happiness possible in this life whenever we use our native capacities to their greatest extent.”

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“Without love we will lose the will to live. Our mental and physical vitality is impaired, our resistance is lowered, and we succumb to illnesses that often prove fatal. We may escape actual death, but what remains is a meager and barren existence, emotionally so impoverished that we can only be called half alive.”

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