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Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The music at a wedding procession always reminds The music at a wedding procession always reminds me of the music of soldiers going into battle. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Pretty women without religion are like flowers without Pretty women without religion are like flowers without perfume. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Of course God will forgive me; that's His Of course God will forgive me; that's His job. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Don't send a poet to London. Don't send a poet to London. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Whenever books are burned, men also in the Whenever books are burned, men also in the end are burned. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: All special charters of freedom must be abrogated All special charters of freedom must be abrogated where the universal law of freedom is to flourish. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Laughter is wholesome. God is not so dull Laughter is wholesome. God is not so dull as some people make out. Did not He make the kitten to chase its tail. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Wherever books are burned, human beings are destined Wherever books are burned, human beings are destined to be burned too. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: You cannot feed the hungry on statistics. You cannot feed the hungry on statistics. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Oh fair, oh sweet and holy as dew Oh fair, oh sweet and holy as dew at morning tide,
I gaze on thee, and yearnings, sad in my bosom hide. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: God will forgive me; that's his business. God will forgive me; that's his business. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The night comes stealing o'er me,And clouds are The night comes stealing o'er me,
And clouds are on the sea;
While the wavelets rustle before me
With a mystical melody. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid moments when he was merely stupid — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: But that age ... exerts on usAn almost But that age ... exerts on us
An almost terrible charm,
Like the memory of things seen
And a life lived in dreams. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The same fact that Boccaccio offers in support The same fact that Boccaccio offers in support of religion might be adduced in behalf of a republic: It exists in spite of its ministers. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The sea appears all golden. Beneath the sun-lit The sea appears all golden. Beneath the sun-lit sky. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: And the dancing has begun now, And the And the dancing has begun now, And the Dancings whirl round gaily In the waltz's giddy mazes, And the ground beneath them trembles. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: A brainiac notices everything, an ignoramus comments about A brainiac notices everything, an ignoramus comments about everything. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: He only profits from praise who values criticism. He only profits from praise who values criticism. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: If thou lookest on the lime-leaf, Thou a If thou lookest on the lime-leaf, Thou a heart's form will discover; Therefore are the lindens ever Chosen seats of each fond lover. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Silence can be defined as conversation with an Silence can be defined as conversation with an Englishman — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Christianity is an idea, and as such is Christianity is an idea, and as such is indestructible and immortal, like every idea. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Graves they say are warm'd by glory;Foolish words Graves they say are warm'd by glory;
Foolish words and empty story. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: If one has no heart, one cannot write If one has no heart, one cannot write for the masses. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Music played at weddings always reminds me of Music played at weddings always reminds me of the music played for soldiers before they go into battle. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: While we are indifferent to our good qualities, While we are indifferent to our good qualities, we keep on deceiving ourselves in regard to our faults, until we come to look on them as virtues. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The Blossoms and leaves in plenty From the The Blossoms and leaves in plenty From the apple tree fall each day; The merry breezes approach them, And with them merrily play. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: God will pardon me. It is His trade. God will pardon me. It is His trade. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: And yonder sits a maiden, The fairest of And yonder sits a maiden, The fairest of the fair, With gold in her garment glittering, And she combs her golden hair. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: I bequeath all my property to my wife I bequeath all my property to my wife on the condition that she remarry immediately. Then there will be at least one man to regret my death. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: God will pardon: That's His business. God will pardon: That's His business. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The beauteous eyes of the spring's fair night The beauteous eyes of the spring's fair night With comfort are downward gazing. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Where one burns books, there one eventually burns Where one burns books, there one eventually burns people. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Lyrical poetry is much the same an every Lyrical poetry is much the same an every age, as the songs of the nightingales in every spring-time. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Oh what lies there are in kisses! And Oh what lies there are in kisses! And their guile so well prepared! Sweet the snaring is; but this is Sweeter still, to be ensnared. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: There is no Sixth Commandment in art. The There is no Sixth Commandment in art. The poet is entitled to lay his hands on whatever material he finds necessary for his work. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Communism possesses a language which every people can Communism possesses a language which every people can understand - its elements are hunger, envy, and death. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: I have never seen an ass who talked I have never seen an ass who talked like a human being, but I have met many human beings who talked like asses. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The swan, like the soul of the poet, The swan, like the soul of the poet, By the dull world is ill understood. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Since the Exodus, freedom has always spoken with Since the Exodus, freedom has always spoken with a Hebrew accent. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: It is only kindred griefs that draw forth It is only kindred griefs that draw forth our tears, and each weeps really for himself. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Ask me not what I have, but what Ask me not what I have, but what I am. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: At first I was almost about to despair, At first I was almost about to despair, I thought I never could bear it - but I did I bear it. The question remains: how? — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The arrow belongs not to the archer when The arrow belongs not to the archer when it has once left the bow; the word no longer belongs to the speaker when it has once passed his lips. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The spring's already at the gate With looks The spring's already at the gate With looks my care beguiling; The country round appeareth straight A flower-garden smiling. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Music is a strange thing. I would almost Music is a strange thing. I would almost say it is a miracle. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: I will not say that women have no I will not say that women have no character; rather, they have a new one every day. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: He who fears to venture as far as He who fears to venture as far as his heart urges and his reason permits, is a coward; he who ventures further than he intended to go, is a slave. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: In the image of the lion made He In the image of the lion made He kittens small and curious. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Terrible as is war, it yet displays the Terrible as is war, it yet displays the spiritual grandeur of man daring to defy his mightiest hereditary enemy
death. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: In these times we fight for ideas and In these times we fight for ideas and newspapers are our fortress. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Oh, what lies there are in kisses. Oh, what lies there are in kisses. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Where they burn books, at the end they Where they burn books, at the end they also burn people — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Reform Judaism is like mock turtle soup-turtle soup Reform Judaism is like mock turtle soup-turtle soup without the turtle — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Literary history is the great morgue where all Literary history is the great morgue where all seek the dead ones whom they love, or to whom they are related. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The Wedding March always reminds me of the The Wedding March always reminds me of the music played when soldiers go into battle. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The more i get to know people, the The more i get to know people, the more i like dogs. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: In vain would I seek to discover Why In vain would I seek to discover Why sad and mournful am I, My thoughts without ceasing brood over A tale of the time gone by. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: It is extremely difficult for a Jew to It is extremely difficult for a Jew to be converted, for how can he bring himself to believe in the divinity of - another Jew? — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Religion cannot sink lower than when somehow it Religion cannot sink lower than when somehow it is raised to a state religion ... It becomes then an avowed mistress. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The deepest truth blooms only from the deepest The deepest truth blooms only from the deepest love. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Sleep is lovely, death is better still, not Sleep is lovely, death is better still, not to have been born is of course the miracle. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: People in those old times had convictions; we People in those old times had convictions; we moderns only have opinions. And it needs more than a mere opinion to erect a Gothic cathedral. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: What Christian love cannot do is effected by What Christian love cannot do is effected by a common hatred. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Whether a revolution succeeds or fails people of Whether a revolution succeeds or fails people of great hearts will always be sacrificed to it. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Money is the god of our time, and Money is the god of our time, and Rothschild is his prophet. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Human misery is too great for men to Human misery is too great for men to do without faith. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The gazelles so gentle and clever Skip lightly The gazelles so gentle and clever Skip lightly in frolicsome mood. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: The cloudlets are lazily sailing O'er the blue The cloudlets are lazily sailing O'er the blue Atlantic sea; And mid the twilight there hovers A shadowy figure o'er me ... — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: He who fights with priests may make up He who fights with priests may make up his mind to have his poor good name torn and befouled by the most infamous lies and the most cutting slanders. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: As the moon's fair image quaketh In the As the moon's fair image quaketh In the raging waves of ocean, Whilst she, in the vault of heaven, Moves with silent peaceful motion. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Wherever a great soul utters its thoughts, there Wherever a great soul utters its thoughts, there is Golgatha. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Be entirely tolerant or not at all; follow Be entirely tolerant or not at all; follow the good path or the evil one. To stand at the crossroads requires more strength than you possess. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: I have sown Dragon's teeth and reaped only I have sown Dragon's teeth and reaped only fleas. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: A fool may talk, but a wise man A fool may talk, but a wise man speaks. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Where words leave off, music begins. Where words leave off, music begins. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Where they have burned books, they will end Where they have burned books, they will end in burning human beings. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: I live, which is the main point. I live, which is the main point. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Silence is the essential condition of happiness. Silence is the essential condition of happiness. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Freedom is a new religion, the religion of Freedom is a new religion, the religion of our time. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: There, where one burns books, one in the There, where one burns books, one in the end burns men. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Thought is invisible nature. Thought is invisible nature. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: So we keep asking, over and overUntil a So we keep asking, over and over
Until a handful of earth
Stops our mouths-
But is that an answer? — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: First, I thought, almost despairing,This must crush my First, I thought, almost despairing,
This must crush my spirit now;
Yet I bore it, and am bearing-
Only do not ask me how. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: There is only one writer in whom I There is only one writer in whom I find something that reminds me of the directness of style which is found in the Bible. It is Shakespeare. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: That was only the beginning - where one That was only the beginning - where one burns books, one will finally also burn people. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: God will forgive me. It's his job. God will forgive me. It's his job. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Iron helmets will not save/Even heroes from the Iron helmets will not save/
Even heroes from the grave/
Good man's blood will drain away/
While the wickid win the day. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Great genius takes shape by contact with another Great genius takes shape by contact with another great genius, but, less by assimilation than by friction. — Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine Quotes By Heinrich Heine: Round my cradle shimmered the last moonbeams of Round my cradle shimmered the last moonbeams of the eighteenth century and the first morning rays of the nineteenth. — Heinrich Heine