Disillusion Quotes

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Winston Churchill

"The shadow of victory is disillusion" Winston Churchill
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"He [Clemenceau] had one illusion - France; and one disillusion - mankind." John Maynard Keynes
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"Love is the child of illusion and the parent of disillusion." Sandy Wilson
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Ambrose Gwinett Bierce

"PREDILECTION, n. The preparatory stage of disillusion." Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
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"The wise man, knowing how to enjoy achieved results without having constantly to replace them with others, finds in them an attachment to life in the hour of difficulty. But the man who has always pinned all his hopes on the future and lived with his eyes fixed upon it, has nothing in the past as a comfort against the present's afflictions, for the past was nothing to him but a series of hastily experienced stages. What blinded him to himself was his expectation always to find further on the happiness he had so far missed. Now he is stopped in his tracks; from now on nothing remains behind or ahead of him to fix his gaze upon." Emile Durkheim
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Ambrose Gwinett Bierce

"LOOKING-GLASS, n. A vitreous plane upon which to display a fleeting show for man's disillusion given." Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
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Theodore Roosevelt
Birth: 1858-10-27 Death: 1919-01-06

"The most successful politician is he who says what the people are thinking most often in the loudest voice."

Theodore Roosevelt became the youngest President in the nation's history, following the assassination of William McKinley. Not quite 43 at the time, he brought progressive reforms to the country and strengthened foreign policy. He considered himself a "steward of the people" and took the stance that a President should do whatever was necessary for the public good, as long as it didn't break an actual law. A hero of the Spanish-American War, Roosevelt greatly expanded the United States role as a world power, often quoting his favorite proverb, "Speak softly and carry a big stick" His ac…



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