George Woolf quotes

  • It's better to break a man's leg than his heart.
    -- George Woolf

    #Heart #Men #Legs

  • Researchers and biotech executives foresee the day when the effects of many catastrophic diseases can be reversed. The damaged brains of Alzheimer's disease patients may be restored. Severed spinal cords may be rejoined. Damaged organs may be rebuilt. Stem cells provide hope that this dream will become a reality.
    -- George Woolf

    #Dream #Reality #Alzheimer's

  • Holiness of heart and life. This is not the perfection of the human nature, but the holiness of the divine nature dwelling within.

  • The Holy Spirit is just as truly in us when He makes no sign as when the fountains of joy are overflowing, or the waters of peace are softly refreshing our weary and troubled heart.

  • His folly has not fellow Beneath the blue of day That gives to man or woman His heart and soul away.

  • To truly find God, truth needs to be found independently from the opinions of others. The truth has to be found in our hearts.

  • Is it a particularly British trait to so utterly adore truly appalling men, from Tony Hancock through to Steptoe and Alf Garnett, Captain Mainwaring, Rigsby, Del Boy, Victor Meldrew and on to David Brent from The Office. The most deeply adored characters are all simply vile.

  • Ambition often puts Men upon doing the meanest offices; so climbing is performed in the same position with creeping.

  • The soul of the slave, the soul of the "little man," is as dear to me as the soul of the great.

  • Ale, man, ale's the stuff to drink for fellows whom it hurts to think.

  • For many of us the march from Selma to Montgomery was about protest and prayer. Legs are not lips and walking is not kneeling. And yet our legs uttered songs. Even without words, our march was worship. I felt my legs were praying.

  • Thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business, so I can profitably sell crutches later.