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Each month we'll post a new interactive drop quote puzzle to our respective sites. To add to the challenge, we're not going to post the answers until the following month. Happy Puzzling!
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The Sound of Silence
The Sound of Silence
by Shelly Hazard
D.M. Thomas, or Donald Michael Thomas, is a Cornish novelist, poet, and translator. His credits include science fiction poetry and prose as well as translations of Russian poetry. This month's puzzle contains a snippet of his writing, about the sound of silence...
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Managing Your Vices
Managing Your Vices
by Shelly Hazard
Thornton Wilder was a 20th century American playwright and novelist who received three Pulitzer prizes during his lifetime. For this month's puzzle, he shares some advice regarding a person's vices.
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Finishing a Painting
Finishing a Painting
by Shelly Hazard
James Abbot McNeill Whistler was an American-born, British-based artist during the 19th century. His most famous painting is "Whistler's Mother", the timeless portrait of his mother in a rocking chair. In this month's puzzle, he provides insight on when he thinks a painting is truly finished.
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Perseverance
Perseverance
by Shelly Hazard
James Abbot McNeill Whistler's artistic theories and friendships with other leading artisans gave him a lasting influence over American and European artisans during his lifetime. While his paintings present a certain sensitivity, his public persona tended towards combative, as demonstrated by this month's puzzle where he comments on an artisan's need for perseverance.
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How Clean is Clean?
How Clean is Clean?
by Shelly Hazard
The quote for this month's puzzle has no attributed author but it's such a great saying that we put it in anyway. So how clean does a home have to be? Perhaps this puzzle will help clarify what should be considered...
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Buying Lumber
Buying Lumber
by Shelly Hazard
Just as some people love to build, to create with their own hands, so are there those that are quite happy to let someone else do the building part. On this theme, the American humorist, Dave Barry, shares his thoughts about buying lumber.
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Doing and Meaning
Doing and Meaning
by Shelly Hazard
Harvey Mackay, a popular American columnist and businessman, shares a bit of advice with us this month relating to what you do and mean.
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Your Life's Work
Your Life's Work
by Shelly Hazard
Buddha, the ancient teacher, philosopher, and founder of Buddhism, was known for his enlightened wisdom. In this month’s puzzle, he shares his insight with regards to your life’s work.
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Recipe for Happiness
Recipe for Happiness
by Shelly Hazard
Andre Maurois, a 20th century French author, offers his advice regarding a recipe for happiness with this month’s puzzle.
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Incompetent People
Incompetent People
by Shelly Hazard
Richard Rybolt, an American author, shares with us this month how to remain patient when dealing with incompetent people.
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True to Yourself
True to Yourself
by Shelly Hazard
This month's puzzle passes on advice from Julius Charles Hare, an English theological writer who lived in England during the first half of the 19th century. Our puzzle contains a short piece of advice from him regarding how to improve yourself by being yourself.
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Evolution of Species
Evolution of Species
by Shelly Hazard
This puzzle falls into the realm of "what if"...Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle are both accomplished, modern science fiction novelists. This month's puzzle is a quotation from a book they wrote together in 1974, "The Mote in God's Eye". The quotation discusses how and why a species evolves, and sets forth the logical conclusion for the observation.
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Opportunities
Opportunities
by Shelly Hazard
What should you do when opportunity knocks? Sun Tzu, a military strategist of ancient China, provides one suggestion in this month's puzzle.
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Revenge or Justice?
Revenge or Justice?
by Shelly Hazard
In this month's puzzle, Mahatma Gandhi, a political and ideological leader of India during the early 20th century, makes an observation regarding the age old reasoning of an eye for an eye.
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New Year Relations
New Year Relations
by Shelly Hazard
Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States of America, was well-known for his achievements and wisdom. As food for thought during the new year, Franklin reflects on relationships... those within and those without.
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Weight Loss
Weight Loss
by Shelly Hazard
How many people have restricted their enjoyment of the holidays in order to ensure they don't gain any extra weight? And as a result, countless new year resolutions have been made over the years to losing weight. While the author of this month's quotation is unknown, the sentiment is well worth repeating!
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Bad Reflexes
Bad Reflexes
by Shelly Hazard
Woody Allen, an American screenwriter, direct, actor, and comedian, is well-known for his distinctive films and sometimes off-beat humor. In this month's puzzle, he pokes a little fun at himself over his reflexes.
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Survival of the Fittest
Survival of the Fittest
by Shelly Hazard
Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American philanthropist, leader of industry, and steel tycoon, best known for his creation of the Carnegie Steel Company and considered one of the wealthiest men in history. In this month's puzzle, he shares his view on the topic of survival of the fittest.
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Building a Reputation
Building a Reputation (Bonus)
by Shelly Hazard
Warren Buffett is an American investor, industrialist, and philanthropist. He is one of the most successful investors in the word and consistently ranked among the world's wealthiest people. In this month's puzzle, Mr. Buffet provides a small insight into the importance of reputation in business.
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A Coach's Job
A Coach's Job...
by Shelly Hazard
John Wooden, an American basketball coach and the first to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach, makes an observation for this months' puzzle regarding the job of a coach. With Mr. Wooden's wisdom, perhaps we all need a coach to help us with our lives and life choices.
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Individual Personalities?
Individual Personalities?
by Shelly Hazard
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. was a 19th century American physician, professor, and author. Considered one of the best writers of the 19th century, he's a member of the noted Fireside Poets. In this month's puzzle, he makes a playful statement regarding the state of our individual personalities.
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Regarding the Deceit of Self
Regarding the Deceit of Self...
by Shelly Hazard
Mark Twain, the well-known American satirist, helps us with a bit of wisdom regarding the act of deceiving oneself in this month's puzzle.
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Journey of Life...
The Journey of Life...
by Shelly Hazard
The wisdom of the teachings of Buddha can still be applied to today's modern world. In this snippet, Buddha points out the values that will best serve your during your journey of life.
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A Roomful of Silence...
A Roomful of Silence...
by Shelly Hazard
Matthew Perry, a Canadian-American television and film actor, promises to take care of a silent room in this month's puzzle.
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Mastering Yourself...
Mastering Yourself...
by Shelly Hazard
Buddha, a wise man and philosopher, points out the benefits of mastering yourself in this month's puzzle.
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Why Men Grow Old...
Why Men Grow Old...
by Shelly Hazard
This month, we have another quote from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., an American Jurist on the Surpreme Court of the United States during the early 1900s. He retired from the Supreme Court when he was 90 years old, making him the oldest Justice in the history of the Supreme Court. This month, he points out what makes men old.
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