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Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: It is harder to cut our gains than It is harder to cut our gains than our losses. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: History ... a sort of immortality turned upside History ... a sort of immortality turned upside down. Her life stretched backwards through ten centuries. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: The Ten Commandments don't tell you what you The Ten Commandments don't tell you what you ought to do: They only put ideas into your head. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: Love always betrays its intentions. Love always betrays its intentions. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Blessed are those who give without remembering and Blessed are those who give without remembering and take without forgetting. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: It is sometimes the man who opens the It is sometimes the man who opens the door who is the last to enter the room. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: What an uncertain thing, marriage - what an What an uncertain thing, marriage - what an elusive thing, happiness! — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Friendship is a difficult, dangerous job. It is Friendship is a difficult, dangerous job. It is also (though we rarely admit it) extremely exhausting. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Free love is sometimes love but never freedom. Free love is sometimes love but never freedom. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: To others we are not ourselves but a To others we are not ourselves but a performer in their lives cast for a part we do not even know that we are playing. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: We learn nothing by being right. We learn nothing by being right. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: A man who is available for lunch, has A man who is available for lunch, has no wife, is interested in everything, and talks well is socially invaluable. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: Words express only the feelings we know already. Words express only the feelings we know already. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: One should make one's life a mosaic. Let One should make one's life a mosaic. Let the general design be good, the colors lively, and the materials diversified ... — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Reticences are as revealing as avowals. Reticences are as revealing as avowals. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: Marriage was a calamity, but it was not Marriage was a calamity, but it was not an occupation. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: What you possess is not what you jingle What you possess is not what you jingle in the pockets of your memory, but the imaginings with which you fill the spaces of the future. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: It is never good dwelling on good-byes ... It is never good dwelling on good-byes ... it is not the being together that it prolongs, it is the parting. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: To others we are not ourselves but performers To others we are not ourselves but performers in their lives cast for a part we do not even know we are playing. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: What we buy belongs to us only when What we buy belongs to us only when the price is forgotten. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: The image of ourselves in the minds of The image of ourselves in the minds of others is the picture of a stranger we shall never see. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: It is better not to sit on the It is better not to sit on the grass after thirty when sprawling at all is difficult, let alone sprawling gracefully. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Temptations make one very censorious. If you are Temptations make one very censorious. If you are virtuous you condemn the wicked and if you are wicked, you condemn the virtuous. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: What is it one yearns for? It is What is it one yearns for? It is to be able to do a thing for the first time again. And that is impossible. — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Can one end anything? A chapter, a paragraph, Can one end anything? A chapter, a paragraph, a sentence even? Doesn't everything one has ever done go on living in spite of subsequent events? — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: Of what help is anyone who can only Of what help is anyone who can only be approached with the right words? — Elizabeth Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: The birth of love is always accompanied by The birth of love is always accompanied by the idea of solitude. A single being appears, and the rest of the world grows empty. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Marthe Bibesco: The affairs of the royal house form a The affairs of the royal house form a subject of conversation for those who, as a rule, would have no conversation. — Marthe Bibesco
Bibesco Quotes By Elizabeth Bibesco: We often call a certainty a hope, to We often call a certainty a hope, to bring it luck. — Elizabeth Bibesco