Fausto Cercignani Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Fausto Cercignani

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Fausto Cercignani quotes: Personal dignity is to be measured with the yardstick of one's conscience, not with that of other people's judgement. Personal dignity is to be measured with the yardstick of one's conscience, not with that of other people's judgement.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: Your identity is like your shadow: not always visible and yet always present. Your identity is like your shadow: not always visible and yet always present.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: Once I believed that sooner or later I would come across a really wise person; today I couldn't even say what wisdom is. Once I believed that sooner or later I would come across a really wise person; today I couldn't even say what wisdom is.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: Sometimes true tolerance requires an extraordinary strength, which we are often too weak to exercise. Sometimes true tolerance requires an extraordinary strength, which we are often too weak to exercise.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: Unlike money, hope is all: for the rich as well as for the poor. Unlike money, hope is all: for the rich as well as for the poor.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: As long as his strength permits, the poor mortal must always climb new mountains. As long as his strength permits, the poor mortal must always climb new mountains.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: We learn a lot from the mistakes of others, but even more from our own. We learn a lot from the mistakes of others, but even more from our own.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: A secret remains a secret until you make someone promise never to reveal it. A secret remains a secret until you make someone promise never to reveal it.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: Your will cannot always choose the path; very often the route is determined by chance or by the will of others. Your will cannot always choose the path; very often the route is determined by chance or by the will of others.
Fausto Cercignani quotes: When you would suffocate or ignore dissent, remember how many times you dissented. When you would suffocate or ignore dissent, remember how many times you dissented.