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Horace's Quotes By Horace Freeland Judson: Science is our century's art. Science is our century's art. Horace Freeland Judson
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Wise were the kings who never chose a Wise were the kings who never chose a friend till with full cups they had unmasked his soul, and seen the bottom of his deepest thoughts. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: Thank Heaven, the female heart is untenantable by Thank Heaven, the female heart is untenantable by atheism. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: If an idiot were to tell you the If an idiot were to tell you the same story every day for a year, you would end by believing it. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace: carpe diem (seize the day)Enjoy! Enjoy! carpe diem (seize the day)

Enjoy! Enjoy! — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Walpole: Every drop of ink in my pen ran Every drop of ink in my pen ran cold. — Horace Walpole
Horace's Quotes By Horace: It is no easy matter to say commonplace It is no easy matter to say commonplace things in an original way. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Pippin: The war brought out all the art in The war brought out all the art in me. — Horace Pippin
Horace's Quotes By Horace: A pauper in the midst of wealth. A pauper in the midst of wealth. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Pippin: If a man knows nothing but hard times, If a man knows nothing but hard times, he will paint them, for he must be true to himself. — Horace Pippin
Horace's Quotes By Horace: No one is born without vices, and he No one is born without vices, and he is the best man who is encumbered with the least. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: As we speak, cruel time is fleeing. Seize As we speak, cruel time is fleeing. Seize the day, believing as little as possible in the morrow. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: God draweth straight lines but we call them God draweth straight lines but we call them crooked. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Whenever monarchs err, the people are punished.[Lat., Quidquid Whenever monarchs err, the people are punished.
[Lat., Quidquid delirant reges, plectuntur Achivi.] — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Whatever hour God has blessed you with, take Whatever hour God has blessed you with, take it with a grateful hand. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: In labouring to be brief, I become obscure. In labouring to be brief, I become obscure. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: The changing year's successive plan Proclaims mortality to The changing year's successive plan Proclaims mortality to man. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Ransom Riggs: This is a madhouse!" said Horace. Deirdre laughed. This is a madhouse!" said Horace. Deirdre laughed. "No, doveling. It's a menagerie. — Ransom Riggs
Horace's Quotes By John Flanagan: Horace normally didn't need anyone else to save Horace normally didn't need anyone else to save his life. He was pretty skilled at doing it for himself. — John Flanagan
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: The earth endured Christ's ministry only three years;not The earth endured Christ's ministry only three years;
not three weeks after his real character and purposes were generally known. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Success in the affairs of life often serves Success in the affairs of life often serves to hide one's abilities, whereas adversity frequently gives one an opportunity to discover them. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: Because a fellow has failed once or twice Because a fellow has failed once or twice or a dozen times, you don't want to set him down as a failure till he's dead or loses his courage. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: We must be purposely kind and generous or We must be purposely kind and generous or we miss the best part of life's existence. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace: It is your concern when your neighbor's wall It is your concern when your neighbor's wall is on fire. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: In all your dealings, remember that today is In all your dealings, remember that today is your opportunity; tomorrow some other fellow's. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Horace: It is a sweet and seemly thing to It is a sweet and seemly thing to die for one's country. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Harold Holzer: Horace Greeley's conversation inevitably becomes a speech. Horace Greeley's conversation inevitably becomes a speech. — Harold Holzer
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Pale death knocks with impartial foot at poor Pale death knocks with impartial foot at poor men's hovels and king's palaces. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: He gains everyone's approval who mixes the pleasant He gains everyone's approval who mixes the pleasant with the useful. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Even virtue followed beyond reason's rule May stamp Even virtue followed beyond reason's rule May stamp the just man knave, the sage a fool. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Walpole: It is difficult to divest one's self of It is difficult to divest one's self of vanity; because impossible to divest one's self of self-love. — Horace Walpole
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Not treasured wealth, nor the consul's lictor, can Not treasured wealth, nor the consul's lictor, can dispel the mind's bitter conflicts and the cares that flit, like bats, about your fretted roofs. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: To grow a philosopher's beard. To grow a philosopher's beard. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Shun to seek what is hid in the Shun to seek what is hid in the womb of the morrow, and set down as gain in life's ledger whatever time fate shall have granted thee. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: The great secret of good management is to The great secret of good management is to be more alert to prevent a man's going wrong than eager to punish him for it. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Horace: One night awaits all, and death's path must One night awaits all, and death's path must be trodden once and for all. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Death's dark way Must needs be trodden once, Death's dark way Must needs be trodden once, however we pause. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: What prevents a man's speaking good sense with What prevents a man's speaking good sense with a smile on his face? — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Walpole: It was said of old Sarah, Duchess of It was said of old Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, that she never puts dots over her I s, to save ink. — Horace Walpole
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Your own safety is at stake when your Your own safety is at stake when your neighbor's wall is ablaze. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is an act of clear dishonesty. You may as well borrow a person's money as his time. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By John Flanagan: But ... what if I mistime it?"Gilan smiled But ... what if I mistime it?"
Gilan smiled widely. "Well, in that case, I'll probably lop your head off your shoulders."
Horace and Gilan — John Flanagan
Horace's Quotes By Michael Moore: Horace's best ode would not please a young Horace's best ode would not please a young woman as much as the mediocre verses of the young man she is in love with. — Michael Moore
Horace's Quotes By Horace: He who preserves a man's life against his He who preserves a man's life against his will does the same thing as if he slew him. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: Every fellow is really two men what he Every fellow is really two men
what he is and what he might be; and you're never absolutely sure which you're going to bury till he's dead. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: There isn't any such thing as being your There isn't any such thing as being your own boss in this world unless you're a tramp, and then there's the constable. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Horace Walpole: The contempt of money is no more a The contempt of money is no more a virtue than to wash one's hand is one; but one does not willingly shake hands with a man that never washes his. — Horace Walpole
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Let's put a limit to the scramble for Let's put a limit to the scramble for money ... Having got what you wanted, you ought to begin to bring that struggle to an end. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Mann: Of all "rights" which command attention at the Of all "rights" which command attention at the present time among us, woman's rights seem to take precedence. — Horace Mann
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Nothing's beautiful from every point of view. Nothing's beautiful from every point of view. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: While we're talking, time will have meanly run While we're talking, time will have meanly run on ... pick today's fruits, not relying on the future in the slightest. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: The same (hated) man will be loved after The same (hated) man will be loved after he's dead. How quickly we forget. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace: Who's started has half finished. Who's started has half finished. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: It isn't what a man's got in the It isn't what a man's got in the bank, but what he's got in his head, that makes him a great merchant. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: Beauty is only skin deep, but that's deep Beauty is only skin deep, but that's deep enough to satisfy any reasonable man. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Horace: A person will gain everyone's approval if he A person will gain everyone's approval if he mixes the pleasant with the useful. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By Horace Bushnell: Forgiveness is man's deepest need and highest achievement. Forgiveness is man's deepest need and highest achievement. — Horace Bushnell
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: A man's got to keep company a long A man's got to keep company a long time, and come early and stay late and sit close, before he can get a girl or a job worth having. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By John Flanagan: It's a walking cart," Horace told him. "You It's a walking cart," Horace told him. "You get under it, so the spears won't hit you, and go for a walk. — John Flanagan
Horace's Quotes By Horace: What's well begun is half done. What's well begun is half done. — Horace
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: The more I deal in it, the surer The more I deal in it, the surer I am that human nature is all of the same critter, but that there's a heap of choice in the cuts. — George Horace Lorimer
Horace's Quotes By Reginald Horace Blyth: What is Zen? Zen is looking at things What is Zen? Zen is looking at things with the eye of God, that is, becoming the thing's eyes so that it looks at itself with our eyes. — Reginald Horace Blyth
Horace's Quotes By George Horace Lorimer: Books are all right, but dead men's brains Books are all right, but dead men's brains are no good unless you mix a live one's with them. — George Horace Lorimer