29 Best Saigo Takamori Quotes

Saigo Takamori was one of the most influential and significant figures in the history of feudal Japan. He is considered to be the last true samurai and led a highly successful military campaign to unify all of Japan under Tokugawa rule. Takamori is also well-known for his writing, which covers a wide range of topics from philosophy to history. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of his best essays and teachings on leadership.

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29 Best Saigo Takamori Quotes

1. “I always feel depressed when I go into a country under dictatorial rule.” — Arthur Frommer

2. “Why is love easy? I don’t know. And the raccoons don’t say.” — Robert Fulghum

3. “I suppose I am interested in women plus anonymity plus disappearance.” — Rachel Kushner

4. “My mother did all she could to control me, but at age 14 she sent me to a military school.” — Sam Donaldson

5. “Inspiring someone else to follow their dreams is the hope of anyone who has the courage to follow their own.” — Dawn Garcia

6. “You either create or allow everything that happens to you.” — Jack Canfield

7. “Don’t give up when the pressure mounts. Face your doubts. Master you fears.” — Jeffrey R. Holland

8. “Man should earnestly desire the well – being of all God’s creations and pray that we may have the strength to do so.” — Mahatma Gandhi

9. “I can’t say that my disability has helped my work, but it has allowed me to concentrate on research without having to lecture or sit on boring committees.” — Stephen Hawking

10. “I don’t know why I’m arguing with you when I’d really like for you to be right.” — Veronica Roth

11. “I’m not really a girly girl, so for the most part, I’m really into wearing baggy clothes. A little on the grungy side of things for the dance world. I’m not really into the tutus or the flower hair clips, either. As dancers, we’re pretty much next to naked with each other all day, so you kind of get used to being not so clothed.” — Sarah Hay

12. “I guess for me the greatest injustice is to see people robbed of that interiority and process of association.” — Hank Azaria

13. “Be nobel. Be the light as if you are the source of life.” — Debasish Mridha

14. “Good programmers know what to write. Great ones know what to rewrite (and reuse)” — Eric S. Raymond

15. “I think that marijuana should not only be legal, I think it should be a cottage industry. It would be wonderful for the state of Maine. There’s some pretty good homegrown dope. I’m sure it would be even better if you could grow it with fertilizers and have greenhouses.” — Stephen King

16. “Things are looking up, and hopefully, I will be doing good roles in both Hollywood and Bollywood.” — Madhur Mittal

17. “Physical pain is easily forgotten, but a moral chagrin lasts indefinitely.” — Santiago Ramon Y Cajal

18. “I guess Madden had seen everything with out group, and everybody else had seen everything. (After coming to practice field riding a horse and wearing a German WWI helmet painted silver and black)” — Ted Hendricks

19. “Perhaps parents’ greatest heritage to pass on to their children is the ability to perceive the multitude of God’s daily blessings and to respond with continual gratitude. We should be “abounding in thanksgiving” (Colossians 2:7).” — Randy Alcorn

20. “I played Little League in junior high and high school.” — Jerry Spinelli

21. “You see, in times of trouble, even gods can lose faith. They start putting their trust in the wrong things. They stop looking at the big picture and start being selfish. But [. . .] I’m used to perseverance. You have to rise above the squabbling and chaos, and keep believing. You have to always keep your goals in mind.” — Rick Riordan

22. “Emily Dickinson calls previous poets her kinsmen of the shelf. You can always be consoled by your kinsmen of the shelf and you can participate in poetry by going to them and by trying to make something worthy of them.” — Edward Hirsch

23. “No distinction is ‘tween man and man,

But as his virtues add to him a glory

Or vices cloud him.” — William Habington

24. “There is no such mischievous nonsense in all the world as equality. That is what father says. What men ought to want is liberty.” — Anthony Trollope

25. “For whence did Dante get the material for his hell, if not from this actual world of ours? And indeed he made a downright hell of it.” — Arthur Schopenhauer

26. “As our sin is ever before us, so God’s promise must be ever before us. As we much feel our sting, so we must look up to Christ, our “brazen serpent” (Num 21:8-9).” — Thomas Watson

27. “When I read students’ attempts at creative writing it is obvious immediately that most of them have not read much or widely. The aspiring writer must read everything he or she can to appreciate the myriad ways words are used and to what effect.” — Julius Lester

28. “Never stop being yourself.” — Ruth Minsky Sender

29. “I try to keep my promises.” — Alan Grayson




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