Quotes & Promises
Inspirational & Famous Quotes
Definitions & Meanings
Now the serpent was more crafty
than any other beast of the field
that the Lord
God had made. He said to the
woman, Did God actually say, You
shall not eat of any tree in the
garden? And the woman said to
the serpent, We may eat of the
fruit of the trees in the garden,
but God said, You shall not eat
of the fruit of the tree that is
in the midst of the garden,
neither shall you touch it, lest
you die. But the serpent said to
the woman, You will not surely
die. For God knows that when you
eat of it your eyes will be
opened, and you will be like God,
knowing good and evil. ...
Now Moses was keeping the flock of
his father-in-law, Jethro, the
priest of Midian, and he led his
flock to the west side of the
wilderness and came to Horeb, the
mountain of God. And the angel of
appeared to him in a flame of fire
out of the midst of a bush. He
looked, and behold, the bush was
burning, yet it was not consumed.
And Moses said, I will turn aside
to see this great sight, why the
bush is not burned.
He said to them, It is not for
you to know times or seasons that
the Father has fixed by his own
Inspirational Quotes from Famous People
Children are remarkable for their
intelligence and ardor, for their
curiosity, their intolerance of
shams, the clarity and
ruthlessness of their vision.
Huxley English Novelist
Curiosity about life in all of its
aspects, I think, is still the
secret of great creative people.
Burnett American Businessman
Curiosity is lying in wait for
Waldo Emerson American Poet
Curiosity is natural to the soul
of man and interesting objects
have a powerful influence on our
Boone American Explorer
Curiosity is one of the great
secrets of happiness.
H. McGill American Poet Born
Curiosity is one of the most
permanent and certain
characteristics of a vigorous
Johnson English Author 1709-1784
Curiosity is the lust of the mind.
Hobbes English Philosopher
Curiosity is the wick in the
candle of learning.
Arthur Ward American Writer
Curiosity killed the cat, but
where human beings are concerned,
the only thing a healthy curiosity
can kill is ignorance.
Lorayne American Celebrity
Curiosity will conquer fear even
more than bravery will.
Stephens Irish Poet 1882-1950
First love is only a little
foolishness and a lot of
Bernard Shaw Irish Dramatist
I think, at a child's birth, if a
mother could ask a fairy godmother
to endow it with the most useful
gift, that gift should be
Roosevelt American First Lady