J. E. Buckrose Quotes

Top 6 wise famous quotes and sayings by J. E. Buckrose

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J. E. Buckrose quotes: beauty is truth, true beauty beauty is truth, true beauty
J. E. Buckrose quotes: Though money is a fine servant, as a god, it does seem to develop all the evil qualities of the slave seated between the cherubim. Though money is a fine servant, as a god, it does seem to develop all the evil qualities of the slave seated between the cherubim.
J. E. Buckrose quotes: Nothing, of course, is ever so strange as love to the one who is not a lover. Nothing, of course, is ever so strange as love to the one who is not a lover.
J. E. Buckrose quotes: While nearly every way of falling in love is kind, every way of getting out of love is cruel. While nearly every way of falling in love is kind, every way of getting out of love is cruel.
J. E. Buckrose quotes: One of the greatest hindrances to happiness in the present day is our tendency to standardize our conception of it. One of the greatest hindrances to happiness in the present day is our tendency to standardize our conception of it.
J. E. Buckrose quotes: I know what kind of people would have the hottest corner in my conception of hell. It would be those who have helped to give goodness a bad name. I know what kind of people would have the hottest corner in my conception of hell. It would be those who have helped to give goodness a bad name.