Knowledge Related Quotes



The more knowledge you have, the greater will be your fear of Allah.

Abu Bakr


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“Having him around is like having a library of knowledge. He's been coaching 25 years and in that time there probably isn't a defense or offense he hasn't seen or gone against. You just don't find guys like him, with that much knowledge, sitting around.”

Scott Lang


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?To be proud of knowledge is to be blind with light?

Benjamin Franklin


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There is this tremendous body of knowledge in the world of academia where extraordinary numbers of incredibly thoughtful people have taken the time to examine on a really profound level the way we live our lives and who we are and where we've been. That brilliant learning sometimes gets trapped in academia and never sees the light of day.

Malcolm Gladwell


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There's a period of life when we swallow a knowledge of ourselves and it becomes either good or sour inside.

Pearl Bailey


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The prevailing - and foolish - attitude is that a good manager can be a good manager anywhere, with no special knowledge of the production process he's managing. A man with a financial background may know nothing about manufacturing shoes or cars, but he's put in charge anyway.

W. Edwards Deming


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Belief is harder to shake than knowledge.

Adolf Hitler


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“Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods.”

Albert Einstein


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“The next time that you breathe, stop and feel. It is all there within you waiting to be discovered within. The mind will try and tell you that you are JUST inhaling and exhaling, but your heart will know that the key to the door of life is now in your hands and you can enter at any time to drink from the well of existence.”

Robert S Cosmar


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“The randomness of police tactics, police tactics applied without the knowledge of local turf, without being able to draw intelligent distinctions between possible suspects and people who aren't suspects, it's what ... has gotten us into this soup,”

Edward Flynn


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