George Sorbane Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 George Sorbane Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

George Sorbane Sayings: Not crazy are those souls who marvel at God's creation, but the ones who ridicule Not crazy are those souls who marvel at God's creation, but the ones who ridicule them.
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George Sorbane Sayings: The Manitou of America will creep in you, rejoice you when she shines above, and The Manitou of America will creep in you, rejoice you when she shines above, and offend and sadden you when she is put down.
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George Sorbane Sayings: Hey Americans," he screamed furiously at the drones. "Brothers of the wolf, sisters of the Hey Americans," he screamed furiously at the drones.
"Brothers of the wolf, sisters of the wind, children of the Sun! Send the Choctaw warrior a quick and merciful death, instead of abandoning us into slavery or shameful capture.
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George Sorbane Sayings: The important papers the Founders left us were the most significant writings in recorded history The important papers the Founders left us were the most significant writings in recorded history after the Holy Books, a magic trek for peace and guidance in times of trouble, a forgotten and often ignored dimension of the Nation founding.
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George Sorbane Sayings: Every disorder is the beginning of new and higher order. Every disorder is the beginning of new and higher order.
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George Sorbane Sayings: Anything vertical will eventually be horizontal. Anything vertical will eventually be horizontal.
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George Sorbane Sayings: The truth is like a septic tank and the smell will eventually get out no The truth is like a septic tank and the smell will eventually get out no matter how hard we tighten down the hatch.
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George Sorbane Sayings: So Alex was counting the days until he would step on the holy soil of So Alex was counting the days until he would step on the holy soil of Boston, ready to breathe the cold Atlantic air and sense the spirits of those remarkable people about whom he had read so much with nearly religious admiration, walk the streets in their footsteps, and pray in the churches where they had found peace and solace in times of fateful junction.
George Sorbane Sayings: When the lower half rules, the upper half suffers. When the lower half rules, the upper half suffers.