George Herbert Quotes

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George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: I know the ways of Pleasure, the sweet I know the ways of Pleasure, the sweet strains, The lullings and the relishes of it. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Hee is a foole that thinks not that Hee is a foole that thinks not that another thinks. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: One stroke fells not an oke. One stroke fells not an oke. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: No naked man is sought after to be No naked man is sought after to be rifled. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Deceive not thy physician, confessor, nor lawyer. Deceive not thy physician, confessor, nor lawyer. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Although the sun shine, leave not thy cloake Although the sun shine, leave not thy cloake at home. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert Palmer: I am defeated, and know it, if I I am defeated, and know it, if I meet any human being from whom I find myself unable to learn anything. — George Herbert Palmer
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: A hatt is not made for one shower. A hatt is not made for one shower. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Who paies the Physitian, does the cure. Who paies the Physitian, does the cure. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The Wolfe must dye in his owne skinne. The Wolfe must dye in his owne skinne. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Stay a little and news will find you. Stay a little and news will find you. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Soft and faire goes farre. Soft and faire goes farre. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Danger it selfe the best remedy for danger. Danger it selfe the best remedy for danger. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The shortest answer is doing. The shortest answer is doing. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Only a sweet and virtuous soul,Like season'd timbered, Only a sweet and virtuous soul,
Like season'd timbered, never gives;
But though the whole world turn to coal,
Then chiefly lives. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The death of a young wolfe doth never The death of a young wolfe doth never come too soon. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: He plaies well that winnes.[He plays well that He plaies well that winnes.
[He plays well that wins.] — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: With customes wee live well, but Lawes undoe With customes wee live well, but Lawes undoe us. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: An Oxe is taken by the horns, and An Oxe is taken by the horns, and a Man by the tongue. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The life of man is a winter way. The life of man is a winter way. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The Divell never assailes a man, except he The Divell never assailes a man, except he find him either void of knowledge, or of the fear of God. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Craft against craft makes no living. Craft against craft makes no living. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Divine grace was never slow. Divine grace was never slow. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Empty Chambers make foolish maides. Empty Chambers make foolish maides. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Hee that dines and leaves, layes the cloth Hee that dines and leaves, layes the cloth twice. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: For the same man to be an heretick For the same man to be an heretick and a good subject, is incompossible. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: God sends cold according to clothes. God sends cold according to clothes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The Wolfe knowes, what the ill beast thinkes. The Wolfe knowes, what the ill beast thinkes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Were there no fooles, badd ware would not Were there no fooles, badd ware would not passe. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: For want of a naile the shoe is For want of a naile the shoe is lost, for want of a shoe the horse is lost, for want of a horse the rider is lost. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Hee that hath a wife and children wants Hee that hath a wife and children wants not businesse. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Patience, time and money accommodate all things. Patience, time and money accommodate all things. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Vertue never growes old. Vertue never growes old. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Nothing dries sooner then a teare. Nothing dries sooner then a teare. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: A wise man needes not blush for changing A wise man needes not blush for changing his purpose. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The command of custome is great. The command of custome is great. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The tree that God plants, no winde hurts The tree that God plants, no winde hurts it. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The wrongs of a Husband or Master are The wrongs of a Husband or Master are not reproached. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Chuse a horse made, and a wife to Chuse a horse made, and a wife to make. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: In solitude, be a multitude to thyself. In solitude, be a multitude to thyself. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: It's a dangerous fire begins in the bed-straw. It's a dangerous fire begins in the bed-straw. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Disgraces are like cherries, one drawes another.[Disgraces are Disgraces are like cherries, one drawes another.
[Disgraces are like cherries, one draws another.] — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Who hath no hast in his businesse, mountaines Who hath no hast in his businesse, mountaines to him seeme valleys. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Praise none too much, for all are fickle. Praise none too much, for all are fickle. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: I wept when I was borne, and every I wept when I was borne, and every day shewes why.
[I wept when I was born and every day explains why.] — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: He who has the pepper may season as He who has the pepper may season as he lists. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Your pot broken seemes better then my whole Your pot broken seemes better then my whole one. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The comforters head never akes. The comforters head never akes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: A litle wind kindles; much puts out the A litle wind kindles; much puts out the fire. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: By the needle you shall draw the thread, By the needle you shall draw the thread, and by that which is past, see how that which is to come will be drawne on. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: I had rather aske of my sire browne I had rather aske of my sire browne bread, then borrow of my neighbour white. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The back-doore robs the house. The back-doore robs the house. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The Chollerick drinkes, the Melancholick eats, the Flegmatick The Chollerick drinkes, the Melancholick eats, the Flegmatick sleepes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Though punishment be slow, still it comes. Though punishment be slow, still it comes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: None saies his Garner is full. None saies his Garner is full. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: He that hath love in his brest, hath He that hath love in his brest, hath spurres in his sides. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: To be too busie gets contempt. To be too busie gets contempt. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Who will make a doore of gold must Who will make a doore of gold must knock a naile every day. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The Lame goes as farre as your staggerer.[The The Lame goes as farre as your staggerer.
[The lame goes as far as your staggerer.] — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: What your glasse telles you, will not be What your glasse telles you, will not be told by Councell. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Heresie may be easier kept out, then shooke Heresie may be easier kept out, then shooke off. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The filth under the white snow, the sunne The filth under the white snow, the sunne discovers. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: A poore beauty finds more lovers then husbands. A poore beauty finds more lovers then husbands. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Every one stretcheth his legges according to his Every one stretcheth his legges according to his coverlet.
[Every one stretches his legs according to his coverlet.] — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Call me not an olive, till thou see Call me not an olive, till thou see me gathered. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: One hand washeth another, and both the face. One hand washeth another, and both the face. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: When a dog is drowning, everyone offers him When a dog is drowning, everyone offers him a drink. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: When prayers are done, my Lady is ready. When prayers are done, my Lady is ready. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: To fine folkes a little ill finely wrapt. To fine folkes a little ill finely wrapt. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Spend not on hopes. Spend not on hopes. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: He is onely bright that shines by himselfe. He is onely bright that shines by himselfe. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Man is all symmetry, Full of proportions, one Man is all symmetry, Full of proportions, one limb to another. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Evening words are not like to morning. Evening words are not like to morning. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: At dinner my man appeares. At dinner my man appeares. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Of all smells, bread; of all tastes, salt. Of all smells, bread; of all tastes, salt. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Marry your daughters betimes, lest they marry themselves. Marry your daughters betimes, lest they marry themselves. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: We live in an age that hath more We live in an age that hath more need of good example than precepts. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Who doth his owne businesse, foules not his Who doth his owne businesse, foules not his hands. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: As flames do work and wind when they As flames do work and wind when they ascend,
So did I weave myself into the sense. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Service without reward is punishment. Service without reward is punishment. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Thursday come, and the week's gone. Thursday come, and the week's gone. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Love makes a good eye squint. Love makes a good eye squint. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Wisedome hath one foot on Land, and another Wisedome hath one foot on Land, and another on Sea. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Foolish tongues talke by the dozen. Foolish tongues talke by the dozen. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: The offender never pardons. The offender never pardons. — George Herbert
George Herbert Quotes By George Herbert: Hee that goes to bed thirsty riseth healthy. Hee that goes to bed thirsty riseth healthy. — George Herbert