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Human beings have will power while a mule has won't power.
Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.
-- Douglas Adams
Human diseases are the same as they were five thousand years ago, but doctors have selected more expensive names for them.
Human experience is the starting point and ending point of the hermeneutical circle. Codified tradition both reaches back to roots in experience and is constantly renewed or discarded through the test of experience. "Experience" includes experience of the divine, experience of oneself, and experience of the community and the world, in an interacting dialectic.
-- Rosemary Radford Ruether
Human relationships always help us to carry on because they always presuppose further developments, a future -- and also because we live as if our only task was precisely to have relationships with other people.
-- Albert Camus
Human things must be known to be loved, but Divine things must be loved to be known.
Humanity today is not safe in the presence of humanity. The old cannibalism has given way to anonymous action in which the killer and the killed do not know each other, and in which, indeed, the very fact of mass death has the effect of making mass killing less reprehensible than the death of a single individual.
-- Norman Cousins
Humans are like tea bags. They never realize their strength until they are put in hot water.
Hurewitz's Memory Principle: The chance of forgetting something is directly proportional to. . .uh. . .
Hurt leads to bitterness, bitterness to anger, travel too far that road and the way is lost.
-- Terry Brooks
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