— Piet Hein Danish puzzle designer, mathematician, author, poet 1905 - 1996
Source: Small Gods
Source: Angle of Repose
— Lou Reed American musician 1942 - 2013
"I'm Waiting for the Man"
„I take that back I won't stop singing when I'm dead
I'll sing from the great beyond, I will echo in your head
And if you think taking your life will set your free
You've got something to learn, it's called humility
You've got something to learn, it's called humility“
— Tomas Kalnoky American musician 1980
"That'll Be The Day" from "Everything Goes Numb" (2003) http://risc.perix.co.uk/lyrics/sm/egn/02/
— Mignon McLaughlin American journalist 1913 - 1983
The Complete Neurotic's Notebook (1981), Unclassified
„As a pioneer swimmer, you've got to be willing to fail and try again. The point isn’t to learn to fail, the point is to learn to bounce back.“
— Lewis Pugh Environmental campaigner, maritime lawyer and endurance swimmer 1969
„You've got to learn your instrument. Then, you practice, practice, practice. And then, when you finally get up there on the bandstand, forget all that and just wail.“
— Charlie Parker American jazz saxophonist and composer 1920 - 1955
As quoted in Acting Is a Job: Real-life Lessons About the Acting Business (2006) by Jason Pugatch, p. 73; this statement has occurred with many different phrasings, including: "Learn the changes, then forget them."
„You know, sometimes you've got to trust the people you love. You've got to trust that if they're good people, they'll make good decisions.“
— Janette Rallison American writer 1966
Source: How to Take the Ex Out of Ex-Boyfriend
— Kin Hubbard cartoonist 1868 - 1930
As quoted in Peter's People (1979) by Laurence J. Peter, p. 28.
„Being a part of a political party is something like being a partner in a marriage - work at it and stay loyal to it, and when you can't stomach it any longer, leave it.“
— Judy LaMarsh Canadian politician, writer, broadcaster and barrister. 1924 - 1980
Source: Memoirs Of A Bird In A Gilded Cage (1969), CHAPTER 3, The truth squad, p. 37
Source: Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar
Source: A Spot of Bother
„When you write a computer program you've got to not just list things out and sort of take an algorithm and translate it into a set of instructions. But when there's a bug — and all programs have bugs — you've got to debug it. You've got to go in, change it, and then re-execute … and you iterate. And that iteration is really a very, very good approximation of learning.“
— Nicholas Negroponte American computer scientist 1943
Nicholas Negroponte: A 30-year history of the future http://www.ted.com/talks/nicholas_negroponte_a_30_year_history_of_the_future, July 2014, TED Talks (about 13:40 into 19:43 video).
A 30-year history of the future, TED Talk (2014)