Ivan Panin Quotes

Top 33 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ivan Panin

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Ivan Panin quotes: Let not adversity oppress thee: be rather like unto the nail; the farther 'tis hammered, the firmer it holds. Let not adversity oppress thee: be rather like unto the nail; the farther 'tis hammered, the firmer it holds.
Ivan Panin quotes: As you do not sweeten your mouth by saying honey, so you do not grow virtuous by merely talking of virtue. As you do not sweeten your mouth by saying honey, so you do not grow virtuous by merely talking of virtue.
Ivan Panin quotes: If silence is good for the wise, how much better is it for the foolish! If silence is good for the wise, how much better is it for the foolish!
Ivan Panin quotes: To go through life without love is to travel through the world in a carriage with closed windows. To go through life without love is to travel through the world in a carriage with closed windows.
Ivan Panin quotes: It is not the roaring thunder that smites, but the silent lightning. It is not the roaring thunder that smites, but the silent lightning.
Ivan Panin quotes: Men are willing to admit that they are sinners, but not that they are sinning. Men are willing to admit that they are sinners, but not that they are sinning.
Ivan Panin quotes: Few can tell what they know without also showing what they do not know. Few can tell what they know without also showing what they do not know.
Ivan Panin quotes: The best excuse is to have none. The best excuse is to have none.
Ivan Panin quotes: The danger from lightning is gone when the thunder is heard, and the worst is over when misfortune has arrived. The danger from lightning is gone when the thunder is heard, and the worst is over when misfortune has arrived.
Ivan Panin quotes: What we know is to what we do not know, as a grain of sand is to the beach. What we know is to what we do not know, as a grain of sand is to the beach.
Ivan Panin quotes: Solve the problem of life? Live, and you solve it. Solve the problem of life? Live, and you solve it.
Ivan Panin quotes: Love is not like the echo, which returneth only what is given; but, rather, like the pump, which returneth by the pail what it received by the pint. Love is not like the echo, which returneth only what is given; but, rather, like the pump, which returneth by the pail what it received by the pint.
Ivan Panin quotes: Love has the face of a goddess, but the talons of a lion. Love has the face of a goddess, but the talons of a lion.
Ivan Panin quotes: It may be true that love is blind, but only for what is ugly: its sight is keen enough for what is beautiful. It may be true that love is blind, but only for what is ugly: its sight is keen enough for what is beautiful.
Ivan Panin quotes: A half-truth does more mischief than a whole lie. A half-truth does more mischief than a whole lie.
Ivan Panin quotes: Hast thou fallen? Do not groan and lament: rather be thankful for the opportunity given thee to rise once more. Hast thou fallen? Do not groan and lament: rather be thankful for the opportunity given thee to rise once more.
Ivan Panin quotes: Though my sight be lost, I do not yet lose my faith: when I can no longer see, I can still believe. Though my sight be lost, I do not yet lose my faith: when I can no longer see, I can still believe.
Ivan Panin quotes: From the moment we expect gratitude, we forfeit it. From the moment we expect gratitude, we forfeit it.
Ivan Panin quotes: However bad a man, he will have some friends: however good, he will have some enemies. However bad a man, he will have some friends: however good, he will have some enemies.
Ivan Panin quotes: The wealthy seldom possess wealth: oftener they are possessed by it. The wealthy seldom possess wealth: oftener they are possessed by it.
Ivan Panin quotes: Doubt is the tax man pays for the luxury of useless knowledge. Doubt is the tax man pays for the luxury of useless knowledge.
Ivan Panin quotes: The best way to deceive a knave is to tell him the truth. The best way to deceive a knave is to tell him the truth.
Ivan Panin quotes: The best life is that which makes the best of life. The best life is that which makes the best of life.
Ivan Panin quotes: As long as I fear my weakness, I am stronger than when I trust my strength. As long as I fear my weakness, I am stronger than when I trust my strength.
Ivan Panin quotes: Of the future, man knows least; yet, about this, he worries most. Of the future, man knows least; yet, about this, he worries most.
Ivan Panin quotes: The wise man hath his thoughts in his head; the fool, on his tongue. The wise man hath his thoughts in his head; the fool, on his tongue.
Ivan Panin quotes: Experience, if we only learn by it, is cheap at any price. Experience, if we only learn by it, is cheap at any price.
Ivan Panin quotes: For misdirected love, the attainment of its object is, indeed, the best cure; but it cures as the guillotine cures headache. For misdirected love, the attainment of its object is, indeed, the best cure; but it cures as the guillotine cures headache.
Ivan Panin quotes: How adversity doth ope the eye! A moon can be seen by day as well as by night; but, to see the stars, you must be in darkness. How adversity doth ope the eye! A moon can be seen by day as well as by night; but, to see the stars, you must be in darkness.
Ivan Panin quotes: Men's eyes are in their heads; women's, in their hearts. Men's eyes are in their heads; women's, in their hearts.
Ivan Panin quotes: As the sea is beautiful not only in calm but also in storm, so is happiness found not only in peace but also in strife. As the sea is beautiful not only in calm but also in storm, so is happiness found not only in peace but also in strife.
Ivan Panin quotes: Whether I shall be unfortunate depends also on others; whether I shall be unhappy depends only on myself. Whether I shall be unfortunate depends also on others; whether I shall be unhappy depends only on myself.