Truth quotes generally relate to how difficult it can be to tell the truth - at least on a regular basis. One of America's greatest treasures, cowboy, humorist and social commentator Will Rogers, summarized this conundrum in his typical straightforward delivery with the classic epigram, '"A remark generally hurts in proportion to its truth." This Cherokee-born Oklahoman traveled the world three times, providing him the unique opportunity to observe society's struggle and success with truth on a global level. Truth quotes remind us that being honest is often at the sacrifice of one's relationships and reputation, and yet, gives us hope of becoming a better person.
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The Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War II, Sir Winston Churchill rose to power after serving in different posts in liberal and conservative governments for more than three decades. The son of Lord Randolph Churchill and an American mother, Churchill remained Prime Minister and Minister of Defence until 1945, then returned to the position in 1951 until his resignation in 1954. In addition to being a world leader, Churchill was an established author, winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953. His memoirs of WWII ran six large volumes alone and his speeches continue to b…
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