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5 Funny Exhibition Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Funny Exhibition Sayings By Daniel Tammet: I'm not sure I'm the only savant with high IQ or with an above average I'm not sure I'm the only savant with high IQ or with an above average IQ. Again, it may just be that we don't know very many of the others. — Daniel Tammet
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Funny Exhibition Sayings By Serj Tankian: Science fails to recognize the single most potent element of human existence ... faith. Science fails to recognize the single most potent element of human existence ... faith. — Serj Tankian
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Funny Exhibition Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: Maybe the whole world held together only when you kept your attention centered on it Maybe the whole world held together only when you kept your attention centered on it and believed in it. If you let discrepancies creep in, you began to doubt and it began to go to pieces. — Robert A. Heinlein
Funny Exhibition Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Of all the conceptions of pure bliss that people and poets have dreamed of, listening Of all the conceptions of pure bliss that people and poets have dreamed of, listening to the harmony of the spheres always seemed to me the highest and most intense. That is where my dearest and brightest dreams have ranged - to hear for the duration of a heartbeat the universe and the totality of life in its mysterious innate harmony. Alas, how is it that life can be so confusing and out of tune and false, how can there be lies, evil, envy and hate among people, when the shortest song and most simple piece of music preach that heaven is revealed in the purity, harmony and interplay of clearly sounded notes. And how can I upbraid people and grow angry when I myself, with all the good will in the world have been unable to make song and sweet music out of my life? — Hermann Hesse
Funny Exhibition Sayings By Marcus Tullius Cicero: It is difficult to remember all, and ungracious to omit any. It is difficult to remember all, and ungracious to omit any. — Marcus Tullius Cicero