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    • ACTORS ARCHITECTS ASTRONOMERS BANKERS
    •      An actor is a sculptor who carves in snow. – Lawrence Barrett The profession of the player, like that of the painter, is one of the imitative arts, whose means are pleasure, and whose end should be virtue. – Shenstone. Let him who plays the monarch ba a king; who plays the rogue, be perfect in his part. – Erskine. Actors are the only honest hyprocrites.Thier life is a voluntary dream; and the height of their ambition is to be beside themselves. They wear the livery of the other men’s fortunes: their very thoughts are not their own. – Hazlitt On the stage he was natural,simple,affecting,Twas only when he was off, he was acting. - Goldsmith
    •     Architecture is the printing press of all ages, and gives a history of the state of society in which the structure was erected, from the cromlechs of the druids to the toyshops of bad taste. The tower and Westminster abbey are glorious pages in the history of time, and tell the story of an iron despotism, and of the cowardice of an unlimited power. – Lady Morgan. Old houses mended, Cost little less than new before they’re ended. – Colley Cibber. Architecture is frozen music – Mme.de Stael. A gothic church is a petrified religion – Coleridge.
    •      An undevout astronomer is mad. – Young. He that looks for a star puts out his candle. – proverb. Hitch your wagon to a star. – Emerson. Too low they build, who build beneath the star. – Young. The contemplation of celestial things will make a man both speak and think more sublimely and magnificently when he comes down to human affairs. - Cicero
    •     Neither a borrower nor a lender be; for loan oft loses both itself and friend. – Shakespeare. Put not your trust in money, but put your money in trust. – O.W.Holmes. He that wants money, means, and content, is without three good friends. – Shakespeare. Money is the life blood of the nation. – Swift.