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Thinking

bullet Thinking is not the same as knowing.
bullet Nothing is ever said that has not been thought out beforehand.
bullet When all people think alike, no-one thinks very much.
bullet Those who don’t think much of themselves are better than they think.
bullet There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
bullet To believe everything or to doubt everything is to stop thinking.
bullet We think as we do mainly because others think so.
bullet Misery is often the result of thinking too much.
bullet He thinks too much: such men are dangerous.
bullet Some people never stop to think – others never think to stop.
bullet We are the result of our thoughts.
bullet We are what we think we are.
bullet Think first – then speak.
bullet Quoting from other people is a substitute for thinking for yourself.
bullet You can’t be happy if you think too much.
bullet A conclusion is when you get tired of thinking.
bullet Necessity is easier than thinking.
bullet Often when we think we are thinking we are merely rearranging our prejudices.
bullet We may not be responsible for our thoughts but we are for our deeds.
bullet He who thinks he is wise is a fool.
bullet A philosopher is one who doubts.
bullet No bookmaker thinks gambling is a mug’s game.
bullet You’re not happy unless you think you are.
bullet To think evil is much the same as doing it.
bullet Prejudices are a short cut to thinking.
bullet A drunk person will always say what a sober person is thinking.
bullet You can educate a person but you can’t make him think.
bullet Learning is sometimes a convenient way of not having to think.
bullet If you think too much much, you will probably find something to worry about.