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Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: For he, who sees a need, but waits For he, who sees a need, but waits to be asked, is already set on cruel refusal. Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: My senses down, when the true My senses down, when the true Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: We were men once, though we've become trees We were men once, though we've become trees Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: It bugs the crap out of me when It bugs the crap out of me when somebody talks more than I do. Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: And now I fell as bodies fall,for dead. And now I fell as bodies fall,for dead. Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Consider the sea's listless chime: Time's self it Consider the sea's listless chime: Time's self it is, made audible. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Love is the source of every virtue in Love is the source of every virtue in you and of every deed which deserves punishment. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Not one drop of blood is left inside Not one drop of blood is left inside my veins that does not throb: I recognize signs of the ancient flame. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Haste denies all acts their dignity. Haste denies all acts their dignity. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: So, now, with me. That brute which knows So, now, with me. That brute which knows no peace came ever nearer me and, step by step, drove me back down to where the sun is mute. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The human race is in the best condition The human race is in the best condition when it has the greatest degree of liberty. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: O mortal men, be wary of how ye O mortal men, be wary of how ye judge. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Because your question searches for deep meaning,I shall Because your question searches for deep meaning,
I shall explain in simple words — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: My course is set for an uncharted sea. My course is set for an uncharted sea. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Love, that all gentle hearts so quickly know. Love, that all gentle hearts so quickly know. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: There is a place in Hell called the There is a place in Hell called the Malebolge ... — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: These have not the hope to die. These have not the hope to die. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The glory of Him who moves everything penetrates The glory of Him who moves everything penetrates through the universe, and is resplendent in one part more and in another less. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: And we came forth to contemplate the stars. And we came forth to contemplate the stars. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Come, follow me, and leave the world to Come, follow me, and leave the world to its babblings. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Now you know how much my love for Now you know how much my love for you
burns deep in me
when I forget about our emptiness,
and deal with shadows as with solid things. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: No sadness is greater than in misery to No sadness is greater than in misery to rehearse memories of joy. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: I love to doubt as well as know. I love to doubt as well as know. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: If thou follow thy star, thou canst not If thou follow thy star, thou canst not fail of glorious heaven. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: True love is never lost, not even by True love is never lost, not even by a bishop's or a priest's curse, that we cannot regain it, so long as hope has still its bit of green. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: As at those words did I myself become;And As at those words did I myself become;
And all my love was so absorbed in Him,
That in oblivion Beatrice was eclipsed. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Lady, you who are so great, so powerful,that Lady, you who are so great, so powerful,
that who seeks grace without recourse to you
would have his wish fly upward without wings. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Being by such a noble lover kissed,This one, Being by such a noble lover kissed,
This one, who ne'er from me shall be divided,
Kissed me upon the mouth all palpitating. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The purpose of the whole (work) is to The purpose of the whole (work) is to remove those who are living in this life from a state of wretchedness and lead them to the state of blessedness. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Che sanza speme vivemo in disio.That without hope Che sanza speme vivemo in disio.
That without hope we live in desire. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Sounds like you're overcompensating ... Besides, I didn't Sounds like you're overcompensating ... Besides, I didn't want you to get a creak in your neck from lookin' down at me. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Do ye not comprehend that we are worms Do ye not comprehend that we are worms born to bring forth the angelic butterfly that flieth unto judgment without screen? — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: It is his fate to enter every door. It is his fate to enter every door. This has been willed where what is willed must be, and is not yours to question. Say no more. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: And what will bow your shoulders downwill be And what will bow your shoulders down
will be the vicious and worthless company
with whom you will fall into this abyss. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Thou shall know by experience how salt the Thou shall know by experience how salt the savor is of others' bread, and how sad a path it is to climb and descend another's stairs. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Heat cannot be separated from fire, or beauty Heat cannot be separated from fire, or beauty from The Eternal. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The sad souls of those who lived without The sad souls of those who lived without blame and without praise. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: There is a gentle thought that often springsto There is a gentle thought that often springs
to life in me, because it speaks of you. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Arthur Schopenhauer: For whence did Dante get the material for For whence did Dante get the material for his hell, if not from this actual world of ours? And indeed he made a downright hell of it. — Arthur Schopenhauer
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: When you are nearer, you will understand how When you are nearer, you will understand how much your eyesight is deceived by distance. Therefore, push yourself a little harder. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The more a thing is perfect, the more The more a thing is perfect, the more it feels pleasure and pain. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: I was so full of sleep at the I was so full of sleep at the time that I left the true way. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: But in the divine nature Persons three,And in But in the divine nature Persons three,
And in one person the divine and human. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: CANTO I IN the midway of this our CANTO I IN the midway of this our mortal life, — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: But already my desire and my will were But already my desire and my will were being turned like a wheel, all at one speed, by the Love which moves the sun and the other stars — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: A man's renown is like the hue of A man's renown is like the hue of grass, Which comes and goes. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: In the midway of this our mortal life,I In the midway of this our mortal life,
I found me in a gloomy wood, astray,
Gone from the path direct. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: If your world isn't right, the cause is If your world isn't right, the cause is in you. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The only fit reply to a fit request The only fit reply to a fit request is silence and the fact. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Deed done is well begun. Deed done is well begun. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Many have justice in their hearts, but slowly Many have justice in their hearts, but slowly it is let fly, for it comes not without council to the bow. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: At grief so deep the tongue must wag At grief so deep the tongue must wag in vain; the language of our sense and memory lacks the vocabulary of such pain. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Neither Creator nor creature ever, Son, " he Neither Creator nor creature ever,
Son, " he began, "was destitute of love
Natural or spiritual; and thou knowest it. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Love and the gentle heart are but the Love and the gentle heart are but the same thing. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: When we encountered a band of souls coming When we encountered a band of souls coming along the barrier, and each was gazing at us in the evening people gaze at one another under the new moon — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Its very memory gives a shape to fear. Its very memory gives a shape to fear. Death could scarce be more bitter than that place! — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: We have no hope and yet we live We have no hope and yet we live in longing. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Into the eternal darkness, into fire and into Into the eternal darkness, into fire and into ice. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: O foolish anxiety of wretched man, how inconclusive O foolish anxiety of wretched man, how inconclusive are the arguments which make thee beat thy wings below! — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Beheld a power whose head was crowned with Beheld a power whose head was crowned with signs of victory. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Rejoice, Florence, seeing you are so great that Rejoice, Florence, seeing you are so great that over sea and land you flap your wings, and your name is widely known in Hell! — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Here let dead poetry rise once more to Here let dead poetry rise once more to life. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Noble demands, by right, deserve the consequence of Noble demands, by right, deserve the consequence of silent deeds. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dan Brown: Dante Alighieri. The darkest places in hell are Dante Alighieri. The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. — Dan Brown
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Ah me! how hard a thing it is Ah me! how hard a thing it is to say — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: No greater grief than to remember daysOf joy, No greater grief than to remember days
Of joy, when mis'ry is at hand. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Christians, be steadier in what you do, not Christians, be steadier in what you do, not blown like feathers at the wind's discretion, nor think that every water cleanses you... — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Do not desert me when I need you Do not desert me when I need you most. And if we can't go on together,
let's retrace our steps as quickly as we can. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: You can stay and die or you can You can stay and die or you can walk your ugly ass back through that gate. It's your call, pal. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Knowledge comesOf learning well retain'd, unfruitful else. Knowledge comes
Of learning well retain'd, unfruitful else. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Oh foolish desires of mortals! How weak are Oh foolish desires of mortals! How weak are the reasons that lead us to not take off our flight from the ground. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: ... I am left with lessthan one drop ... I am left with less
than one drop of my blood that does not tremble.
I recognize the the signs of the old flame. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: There is no greater pain than to remember, There is no greater pain than to remember, in our present grief, past happiness. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: A fair request should be followed by the A fair request should be followed by the deed in silence. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: At this high moment, ability failed my capacity At this high moment, ability failed my capacity to describe. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: I have set foot in that region of I have set foot in that region of life where it is not possible to go with any more intention of returning — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: There is no greater sorrowthan thinking back upon There is no greater sorrow
than thinking back upon a happy time
in misery
Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Mankind, why do ye set your hearts on Mankind, why do ye set your hearts on things That, of necessity, may not be shared? — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Oh blind, oh ignorant, self-seeking cupidity whcih spurs Oh blind, oh ignorant, self-seeking cupidity whcih spurs as so in the short mortal life and steeps as through all eternity. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Open your mind to what I shall disclose, Open your mind to what I shall disclose, and hold it fast within you; he who hears, but does not hold what he has heard, learns nothing. — Dante Alighieri
Alighieri Quotes By Dante Alighieri: The Infinite Goodness has such wide arms that The Infinite Goodness has such wide arms that it takes whatever turns to it. — Dante Alighieri