I almost think there is no wisdom comparable to that of exchanging what is called the realities of life for dreams.
In all science, error precedes the truth, and it is better it should go first than last.
To make marijuana against the law is like saying god made a mistake.- Bill Hicks
Mixing one's wines may be a mistake, but old and new wisdom mix admirably.- Bertolt Brecht
I think you can learn as much from success as you can from failure.- Corey Hart
Cambodia was not a mistake; it was a crime. The world is diminished by the experience.- William Shawcross
Whenever I think, I make a mistake.- Roger L. Stevens
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|Birth:||13th March, 1884|
|Death:||1st June, 1941|
Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He was an English novelist. Between 1909 and 1941 he wrote thirty-six novels, five volumes of short stories, two original plays and three volumes of memoirs. He wrote several novels include: The Wooden Horse, Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill, Rogue Herries, Portrait of a man with red hair, The bright pavilions, The cathedral, The old ladies, Katherine Christian, Farthing Hall, The Captives, The Dark Forest, The secret city, Jeremy, Above the Dark Circus, and The English novel.
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