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"Training was good, he (Houston) was in good spirits but at the end of the training session, upon reflection he probably thought he had a few more things to sort out."

by Fraser Neill

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"As much as possible, I try to encourage people to use stunt men because that is really their job."

by Sam Neill

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"Critics I love every bone in their heads."

by Eugene O---@---Neill

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"Free children are not easily influenced; the absence of fear accounts for this phenomenon. Indeed, the absence of fear is the finest thing that can happen to a child."

by A. S. Neill

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"Happiness hates the timid So does science"

by Eugene O---@---Neill

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"I answered that one learns to live, not by hearing of other lives, but by living for words are infinitely less important than acts."

by A. S. Neill

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"Inside each and every one of us is a person that no one knows. A person, should you take the time to look,is waiting to be discovered, Wanting you to take notice. Take a few minutes every day and sit down to chat to this person. Who knows what you may learn"

by Neill MacRae

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"Love and hate are not opposites. The opposite of love is indifference."

by A. S. Neill

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"Of those who say nothing, few are silent."

by Thomas Neill

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"Reading transports me. I can go anywhere and never leave my chair. It lets me shake hands with new ideas."

by Rolfe Neill

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"Senator, I started my life in a house without water or electricity. So I don't cede to you the high moral ground of not knowing what life is like in a ditch. to Senator Robert Byrd at a budget hearing"

by Paul O---@---Neill

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"The bad teacher imposes his ideas and his methods on his pupils, and such originality as they may have is lost in the second-rate art of imitation."

by Stephen Neill

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"The difficult child is the child who is unhappy. He is at war with himself; and in consequence, he is at war with the world."

by A. S. Neill

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"The good teacher ... discovers the natural gifts of his pupils and liberates them by the stimulating influence of the inspiration that he can impart. The true leader makes his followers twice the men they were before."

by Stephen Neill

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