Where does the quote 'my young grasshopper' originally come from and what is the full quote?
Sensei's would use the phrase while teaching them kung-fu referring to the students as grasshoppers....and im sumb and do not know the full phrase or where it ORIGINALLY came from
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The quote is from "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.
It's from Oliver Wendell Holmes and goes, "a mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions."
Answer . " Jazz is played from the heart. You can even live by it. Always love it."
"...that is the question.". It's a quote from Hamlet by William Shakespeare.
Well one example of where you could find a quote is in a newspaper article it would be the part that is in speechmarks ("")
I love the following quote on your website, but a philosophy professor doubts its authenticity. What is your original source for it? . "I warn you, whoever you are... Oh…, you who wish to probe the arcanes of nature, if you do not find within yourself that which you seek, neither shall you be able to find it outside. If you ignore the excellencies of your own house, how do you intend to find other excellencies? In you is hidden the treasure of treasures. Oh, man, know thyself and thou shall know the Universe and the Gods!" Phrase inscribed in the ancient Temple of Delphi.
From German....it is a German proverb which was used as a motto of their Paratrooper's during WWII
Who quoted what? and what are you expecting are answer to be!
"Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." -Oliver Wendell Holmes, US author & physician (1809 - 1894)
From the priest in Romeo and Juliet as he marries them
I know of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. I did a little searching because I didn't recognize the quote "Don't quote 'The Raven.' " Although many people have used tha…t phrase online, it appears that the phrase (possibly originally) comes from a poem that was posted in response to another question here on Answers.com. It was part of a poem written in answer to the question "Do we have any good poem, song, or story writers out there?"
He is often quoted as saying, "This is the place." as he entered Salt Lake Valley. However the actual quote is, "It is enough. This is the right place. Drive on." Whether he… actually said this is a matter of debate.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Read the book if you want to truly understand the quote.
"Garden State was a movie that came out with some popluar quotes. One of these quotes was ""Wow! I cannot believe you're not retarded!"" Another is ""What's the word that's bu…rning in your heart?""."
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This quote originally came from the film Citizen Kane. The quote was said by the character Charles Foster Kane.
A group of words from someone's text or speech and/or the estimated price of a service or job.