„:Justin Timberlake:: Ha! No, no, no, not with that. I think, the size of her heart. She has a big heart, a really big heart. That's always impressed me about her.“
— Justin Timberlake American singer and actor 1981
Interview with the Observer Magazine
— Chris Brown American singer, songwriter, dancer, actor , and painter 1989
„We are afraid of having and showing a small mind and we are not afraid of having and showing a small heart.“
— Joseph Joubert French moralist and essayist 1754 - 1824
— Swami Vivekananda Indian Hindu monk and phylosopher 1863 - 1902
„If you're not a liberal when you're 25, you have no heart. If you're not a conservative by the time you're 35, you have no brain.“
— Winston S. Churchill Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1874 - 1965
The earliest example of this quotation is found in Jules Claretie's Portraits Contemporains (1875), where the following remark is ascribed to lawyer and academic Anselme Polycarpe Batbie: "Celui qui n’est pas républicain à vingt ans fait douter de la générosité de son âme; mais celui qui, après trente ans, persévère, fait douter de la rectitude de son esprit" (English: "He who is not a republican at twenty compels one to doubt the generosity of his heart; but he who, after thirty, persists, compels one to doubt the soundness of his mind").
According to research http://www.webcitation.org/query?id=1256577474900567&url=www.geocities.com/Athens/5952/unquote.html by Mark T. Shirey, citing Nice Guys Finish Seventh: False Phrases, Spurious Sayings, and Familiar Misquotations by Ralph Keyes, 1992, this quote was first uttered by mid-nineteenth century French historian and statesman François Guizot when he observed, Not to be a republican at 20 is proof of want of heart; to be one at 30 is proof of want of head. (N'être pas républicain à vingt ans est preuve d'un manque de cœur ; l'être après trente ans est preuve d'un manque de tête.) However, this ascription is based in an entry in Benham’s Book of Quotations Proverbs and Household Words (1936): the original place where Guizot said this has not been located. This quote has been attributed variously to George Bernard Shaw, Benjamin Disraeli, Otto von Bismarck, and others.
Furthermore, the Churchill Centre http://www.winstonchurchill.org, on its Falsely Attributed Quotations http://www.winstonchurchill.org/resources/quotations/quotes-falsely-attributed page, states "there is no record of anyone hearing Churchill say this." Paul Addison of Edinburgh University is quoted as stating: "Surely Churchill can't have used the words attributed to him. He'd been a Conservative at 15 and a Liberal at 35! And would he have talked so disrespectfully of Clemmie, who is generally thought to have been a lifelong Liberal?"
Variants: Any man who is under 30, and is not a liberal, has no heart; and any man who is over 30, and is not a conservative, has no brains.
Show me a young conservative and I'll show you someone with no heart. Show me an old liberal and I'll show you someone with no brains.
If you are not a socialist by the time you are 25, you have no heart. If you are still a socialist by the time you are 35, you have no head.
„Good for you, you have a heart, you can be a liberal. Now, couple your heart with your brain, and you can be a conservative.“
— Glenn Beck U.S. talk radio and television host 1964
The Glenn Beck Program
Premiere Radio Networks
Comment in response to a caller on the issue of Talk Radio Host Mike Gallagher granting the Westboro Baptist Church airtime in exchange for not protesting at the funerals of Amish schoolgirls killed in a school shooting at the West Nickel Mine Amish School in Bart Township (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania).
— Melissa de la Cruz, libro Masquerade
— Anne Bancroft American actress 1931 - 2005
On her husband Mel Brooks Associated Press interview (1997).
Contesto: He understands not only with his brain but with his heart. And that might be called love. Not quite sure, but maybe that's the key.
— Doug McIlroy American computer scientist, mathematician, engineer, and programmer 1932
Doug McIlroy (2005). Ancestry of Linux — How the Fun Began https://archive.org/details/DougMcIlroy_AncestryOfLinux_DLSLUG
Contesto: Everything was small... and my heart sinks for Linux when I see the size of it. [... ] The manual page, which really used to be a manual page, is now a small volume, with a thousand options... We used to sit around in the Unix Room saying, 'What can we throw out? Why is there this option?' It's often because there is some deficiency in the basic design — you didn't really hit the right design point. Instead of adding an option, think about what was forcing you to add that option.
— Wendell Berry author 1934
"The Mad Farmer Manifesto: The First Amendment" in The Country of Marriage (1973).
— Alyson Nöel writer 1965
— Virginia Woolf, libro Mrs Dalloway
Origine: Mrs. Dalloway
„I happen to think libertarian kind of encompasses hearts and brains both. And that's what we all are about.“
— Gary Johnson American politician, businessman, and 29th Governor of New Mexico 1953
2016, Interview with CNBC's John Harwood (August 22, 2016)
Contesto: I've been a self-declared Libertarian since 1971. What was the old saying? That if you weren't a Democrat in college, you didn't have a heart. And if you weren't a Republican in later life, you didn't have a brain. Well, I happen to think libertarian kind of encompasses hearts and brains both. And that's what we all are about.