When you learn, teach. When you get, give.

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou

Profession: Poet
Nationality: American

When you learn, teach. When you get, give. Maya Angelou

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May they not forget to keep pure the great heritage that puts them ahead of the West: the artistic configuration of life, the simplicity and modesty of personal needs, and the purity and serenity of the Japanese soul.

Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.

Theb word and the n word are like poison, whether you take poison from a vial or pour it into Bavarian crystal, it is still poison.

Some people cannot see a good thing when it is right here, right now. Others can sense a good thing coming when it is days, months, or miles away.

To Mileva Maric: How proud I will be to have a little Ph.D. for a sweetheart.

I don't trust anyone who doesn't laugh.

If you know that youth is dying on the run and my daughter trades dope stories with your son we'd better see what all our fearing and our jeering and our crying and our lying brought about. Take Time Out.

You do your best until you know better, then you do better.

If I could give you one thought, it would be to lift someone up. Lift a stranger up--lift her up. I would ask you, mother and father, brother and sister, lovers, mother and daughter, father and son, lift someone. The very idea of lifting someone up will lift you, as well.

Scientists investigate that which already is.

My mother died a week ago today in terrible agony. We are all completely exhausted. One feels in one's bones the significance of blood ties.

I am glad that you have given me the opportunity of expressing to you here my deep sense of gratitude as a man, as a good European, and as a Jew.

To Mileva Maric: Destiny seems to bear some grudge against the two of us. But this will make things all the more beautiful later on, when all obstacles and worries have been overcome.

If you find it in your heart to care for somebody else, you will have succeeded.