Deep - People

People

  • Deep Dasgupta (born 1977), Indian cricketer
  • Deep Dhillon, Indian film actor
  • Deep Joshi (born 1947), Indian social worker and activist
  • Deep Roy (born 1957), Kenyan-born dwarf actor
  • Deep Saini, Canadian plant physiologist and a vice president of the University of Toronto
  • Deep Sengupta (born 1988), Indian chess grandmaster
  • Ravi Deep (born Ravi Parkash in 1954), Indian theatre and television director, writer and actor

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    For them it’s out-of-date and outmoded to perform miracles; teaching the people is too like hard work, interpreting the holy scriptures is for schoolmen and praying is a waste of time; to shed tears is weak and womanish, to be needy is degrading; to suffer defeat is a disgrace and hardly fitting for one who scarcely permits the greatest of kings to kiss the toes of his sacred feet; and finally, death is an unattractive prospect, and dying on a cross would be an ignominious end.
    Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466–1536)

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    William Faulkner (1897–1962)

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