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Happiness exists on earth, and it is won through prudent exercise of reason, knowledge of the harmony of the universe, and constant practice of generosity. Jose Marti, activist
  • happiness

Charm is a product of the unexpected. Jose Marti, activist
  • Charisma

A selfish man is a thief. Jose Marti, activist
  • fish

Liberty is the right of every man to be honest, to think and to speak without hypocrisy. Jose Marti, activist
  • honest

I wrote for a weekly magazine and then edited a literary magazine, but I did not really feel comfortable with the profession of journalism itself. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • comfortable

Talent is a gift that brings with it an obligation to serve the world, and not ourselves, for it is not of our making. Jose Marti, activist
  • brings

It is a sin not to do what one is capable of doing. Jose Marti, activist
  • capable

The force of passion is balanced by the force of interest. Jose Marti, activist
  • balanced

He who receives money in trust to administer for the benefit of its owner, and uses it either for his own interest or against the wishes of its rightful owner, is a thief. Jose Marti, activist
  • administer

He who does not see things in their depth should not call himself a radical. Jose Marti, activist
  • depth

A genuine man goes to the roots. To be a radical is no more than that: to go to the roots. Jose Marti, activist
  • genuine

It is the duty of man to raise up man. Jose Marti, activist
  • duty

If I survive, I will spend my whole life at the oven door seeing that no one is denied bread and, so as to give a lesson of charity, especially those who did not bring flour. Jose Marti, activist
  • bread

But love, like the sun that it is, sets afire and melts everything. what greed and privilege to build up over whole centuries the indignation of a pious spirit, with its natural following of oppressed souls, will cast down with a single shove. Jose Marti, activist
  • afire

A grain of poetry suffices to season a century. Jose Marti, activist
  • poetry

I'm tired of justifying what I've said. Jose Canseco, athlete
  • justifying

Yes, I was in that game where George Brett hit that home run. Billy saw there was too much pine tar on the bat and he went to the umpire, the next thing we knew they were fighting about it. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • bat

Yankee Stadium, and the Yankees are so famous for Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, all of those guys. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • famous

Well, I wanted to play twenty years in the major leagues. I never made it twenty though. I played nineteen. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • leagues

So to get to play for the Yankees was really exciting. Really exciting. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • exciting

In 83 I thought we were going to go all the way. We had Roy Smalley, and Steve King, and good players. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • king

I've been in eleven no-hitters you know. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • eleven

I loved the opportunity to play for the Yankees, too. Bert Campaneris, athlete
  • loved

You have got to pay attention, you have got to study and you have to do your homework. You have to score higher than everybody else. Otherwise, there is always somebody there waiting to take your place. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • attention

It is nasty. You can think that you know someone in this business and you really don't. You can be stabbed in the back very easily. You can be praised very easily. It doesn't matter who you are or what you do. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • business

You are not alone with a guy until you are a proper age. You don't go to certain levels with men until you are married or you have a certain relationship. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • relationship

When I was a junior, boys were allowed to come visit me at the house. We could sit on the porch until about 8 o'clock at night; that's when it started getting dark. That was it. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • allowed

Fits did not go over well in my house. There was a lot of discipline and obedience and you had to be very ladylike. Ladies didn't curse and I still don't curse in front of my parents. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • curse

I think I would have been so much in awe of the movie set, the people and what everybody's job was, that I don't know if I would be able to concentrate on the character. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • able

To do a really good interview, you have to be truly interested in the person. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • interested

I love sitting down and talking to people. CNBC gave me a chance to do it in a way that I liked. They gave me a chance to also develop the skills to learn from my mistakes. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • chance

I thought that I was going to have to pay them to do what I wanted to do, that was how much fun I was having. You're 20 years old and you're hanging out with rock stars and going to fabulous parties, and then you talk about it! Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • fabulous

I just smoked a Cohiba the other day. It was great. You have to appreciate everything that cigar is. Daisy Fuentes, actress
  • appreciate

My mother had been educated at a convent, and she had been converted to communism by my father during Stalin's most rampant period, at the beginning of the 1930s. So she had two gods, God in heaven and god on earth. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • beginning

I first came out against Castro in June 1968, fifteen months after my book had been published, and you cannot imagine how quickly a void was created around me. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • against

My parents were founders of the Cuban Communist Party, and I grew up extremely poor. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • communist

Many of my books have begun with the title, because naming a work already in progress makes no sense to me. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • already

Titles are not only important, they are essential for me. I cannot write without a title. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • essential

So I do not consider myself a chronicler of my fatherland or even a chronicler of Havana. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • consider

For me, words are just words, nothing else. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • words

I have assiduously avoided calling my books novels. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • avoided

I don't much believe in the idea of characters. I write with words, that is all. Whether those words are put in the mouth of this or that character does not matter to me. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • believe

When I write, I enjoy myself so much that what is being written really needs no reader. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • being

I have one main reader, Miriam Gomez, my wife. She reads everything I write - I have not finished writing something and she is already reading it. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • already

I think that like all writers - and if any writer disagrees with this, then he is not a writer - I write primarily for myself. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • disagrees

Well, I write in exile because I cannot return to my country, so I have no choice but to see myself as an exiled writer. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • choice

It means that no matter what you write, be it a biography, an autobiography, a detective novel, or a conversation on the street, it all becomes fiction as soon as you write it down. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • autobiography

If you look closely, there is no book more visual than Three Trapped Tigers, in that it is filled with blank pages, dark pages, it has stars made of words, the famous magical cube made of numbers, and there is even a page which is a mirror. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • blank

When I write, the first blank page, or any blank page, means nothing to me. What means something is a page that has been filled with words. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • blank

What I do believe is that there is always a relationship between writing and reading, a constant interplay between the writer on the one hand and the reader on the other. Guillermo Cabrera Infante, novelist
  • believe


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