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Title:Famous Quotes and Quotations
Description:A hand picked collection of my favorite literary gems categorized by subject.
Keywords:famous, quotations, proverb, sayings
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Famous Quotes and Quotations
quot;Tis
not knowing much, but what is useful, that makes a wise man. quot;
Thomas Fuller
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We
are come too late, by several thousand years, to say any thing
new in morality. The finest and most beautiful thoughts concerning
manners, have been carried away before our times, and nothing
is left for us, but to glean after the ancients, and the most
ingenious of the moderns.
- Jean de la Bruyere
The
more an idea is developed the more concise becomes its expression
; the more a tree is pruned, the better is the fruit.
- Alfred Bougeant
No
man having leisure to learn all things, a wise man must be
sure to lay hold on that which is most useful.
- Richard Baxter
A
proverb is the wit of one man, and the wisdom of many.
- Earl Russell
The
proverbs of a nation furnish the index to its spirit and
the results of its civilization.
- J. G. Holland
A
downright fact may be briefly told.
- John Ruskin
Proverbs
are the daughters of daily experience.
- Dutch Saying
Books,
like proverbs, receive their chief value from the stamp and
esteem of ages through which they have passed.
- Sir William Temple
It
is a good thing for an uneducated man to read books of quotations.
- Winston Churchill
One
sufficient reason why we should occupy ourselves with the
past of our language is, because the present is only intelligible
in the light of the past, often of a very remote past indeed.
- Richard Chenevix Trench
A
nation's proverbs are as precious as its ballads, as useful
and perhaps more instructive.
- London Quarterly Review
If
you would be pungent, be brief; for it is with words as with
sunbeams 聴 the more they are condensed, the deeper they burn.
- Robert Southey
Good
sayings are like pearls strung together.
- Chinese Proverb
A
proverb is a wise saying often repeated.
- F. Nunez
The
fewer the words, the greater the profit.
- Francois Fenelon
Every
man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself,
to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life
full, significant and interesting.
- Aldous Huxley
A
maxim is like the seed of a plant, which the soul it is thrown
into must expand into leaves and flowers and fruit.
- Madame de Sartory
If
vou hear a wise sentenee or an apt phrase, commit it to your
memory.
- Sir Henry Sidney
Pithy
sentences are like sharp nails driving truth into our memory.
- Diderot
Why
read a book you cannot quote?
- R. Bentley
General
observations drawn from particulars are the jewels of knowledge,
comprehending great store in a little room.
- John Locke
Proverbs
are the lamps to words.
- Persian Saying
In
books we have the choicest thoughts of the ablest men in their
best dress.
- John Aiken
The
writings of the wise are the only riches our posterity can
not squander.
- Walter Savage Landor
A
proverb is to speech what salt is to food.
- Arabic Saying
The
ingredients of a good proverb are sense, shortness and salt.
- Howell
Axioms
are delightful in theory, but impossible in practice.
- Rivarol
General
principles must be had from books, which, however, must be
brought to the test of real life. In conversation you never
get a system.
- Samuel Johnson
The
best of prophets of the future is the past.
- Lord Byron
You
may get a large amount of truth into a brief space.
- Henry Ward Beecher
What
flowers are to gardens, spices to food, gems to a garment,
and stars to heaven;
such
are proverbs interwoven in speech.
- Hebrew Saying
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