Pascal's Quotes

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Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The self is hateful. The self is hateful. Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The God of the infinite is the God The God of the infinite is the God of the infinitesimal. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Kaye Pascal: Creativity is a journey with many destinations. Creativity is a journey with many destinations. — Kaye Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The more intelligent a man is, the more The more intelligent a man is, the more originality he discovers in others. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Madeleine L'Engle: Le coeur a ses raisons que la raison Le coeur a ses raisons que la raison ne connait point. French. Pascal. The heart has its reasons, whereof reason knows nothing. — Madeleine L'Engle
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The world is ruled by force, not by The world is ruled by force, not by opinion; but opinion uses force. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The sum of a man's problems come from The sum of a man's problems come from his inability to be alone in a silent room. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: Oooh. Barbie has a brain, huh?" The smile Oooh. Barbie has a brain, huh?" The smile was gone. His voice low, gravelly.
"Oooh. Ken has an attitude," she snapped back. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: What is with those Wakefield women that makes What is with those Wakefield women that makes them think they're better than everybody?' Ken asked. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All of our reasoning ends in surrender to All of our reasoning ends in surrender to feeling. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Pascal Bruckner: Guilt is a very good thing if it Guilt is a very good thing if it is shared by others. — Pascal Bruckner
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: I have made this letter longer than usual, I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Clarity of mind means clarity of passion, too; Clarity of mind means clarity of passion, too; this is why a great and clear mind loves ardently and sees distinctly what it loves. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: It is not good to be too free. It is not good to be too free. It is not good to have everything one wants. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: It is right that what is just should It is right that what is just should be obeyed. It is necessary that what is strongest should be obeyed. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The law required what it could not give. The law required what it could not give. Grace gives that which it requires. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: That we must love one God only is That we must love one God only is a thing so evident that it does not require miracles to prove it. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Man's greatness lies in his power of thought. Man's greatness lies in his power of thought. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: I always loved reading. Growing up, my favorite I always loved reading. Growing up, my favorite book was 'A Child's Garden of Verses,' by Robert Louis Stevenson. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Eloquence; it requires the pleasant and the real; Eloquence; it requires the pleasant and the real; but the pleasant must itself be drawn from the true. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The heart has reasons of which the mind The heart has reasons of which the mind knows nothing. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: That which makes us go so far for That which makes us go so far for love is that we never think that we might have need of anything besides that which we love. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: No religion except ours has taught that man No religion except ours has taught that man is born in sin; none of the philosophical sects has admitted it; none therefore has spoken the truth — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Pascal Mercier: Our lives are rivers, gliding free to that Our lives are rivers, gliding free to that unfathomed, boundless sea, the silent grave! — Pascal Mercier
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All the troubles of life come upon us All the troubles of life come upon us because we refuse to sit quietly for a while each day in our rooms. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: If a man is not made for God, If a man is not made for God, why is he happy only in God? — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: If you turned sideways and stuck your tongue If you turned sideways and stuck your tongue out, you could probably pass for a zipper. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: It is not possible to have reasonable grounds It is not possible to have reasonable grounds for not believing in miracles. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: May God never abandon me. May God never abandon me. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: There would be too great darkness, if truth There would be too great darkness, if truth had not visible signs. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: Elizabeth remembered how foolish everyone had felt when Elizabeth remembered how foolish everyone had felt when they discovered Mr. Mercandy was the victim of a stroke and not a zombie as they'd thought. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Eric Hoffer: What Pascal said of an effective religion is What Pascal said of an effective religion is true of any effective doctrine: it must be contrary to nature, to common sense and to pleasure. — Eric Hoffer
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: it is so inevitable that men will be it is so inevitable that men will be fools that it is only by another shift of folly that one might not be — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The virtue of a man ought to be The virtue of a man ought to be measured not by his extraordinary exertions, but by his every-day conduct. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Most of man's trouble comes from his inability Most of man's trouble comes from his inability to be still. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: If you want to be a real seeker If you want to be a real seeker of truth, you need to, at least once in your lifetime, doubt in, as much as it's possible, in everything. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Man's true nature being lost, everything becomes his Man's true nature being lost, everything becomes his nature; as, his true good being lost, everything becomes his good. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Pascal Chaumeil: It's always difficult to tell someone when they're It's always difficult to tell someone when they're still in love with someone that I think they're going in the wrong way. — Pascal Chaumeil
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: It's so trendy, almost bleeding to death. All It's so trendy, almost bleeding to death. All the cool girls are doing it. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Man's sensitivity to little things and insensitivity to Man's sensitivity to little things and insensitivity to the greatest things are marks of a strange disorder. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: I like to play poker. I have a I like to play poker. I have a nice poker group that's been going on for years. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: It is man's natural sickness to believe that It is man's natural sickness to believe that he possesses the truth. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Two things control men's nature, instinct and experience. Two things control men's nature, instinct and experience. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: How inappropriate,' Lila said coldly. 'Who'd ever dream How inappropriate,' Lila said coldly. 'Who'd ever dream of showing up at a dance in a wheelchair? What does she think she's going to do all night? — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: But Robin ... well, she's OK. We really But Robin ... well, she's OK. We really don't have much in common, though. I get nervous around people who eat all the time. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: He that takes truth for his guide, and He that takes truth for his guide, and duty for his end, may safely trust to God's providence to lead him aright — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: No one at college ever goes to a No one at college ever goes to a party before ten-thirty at the very earliest! They'd rather die. It's so uncool to be early. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All man's miseries derive from not being able All man's miseries derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All men's miseries derive from not being able All men's miseries derive from not being able to sit quiet in a room alone. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: However vast a man's spiritual resources, he is However vast a man's spiritual resources, he is capable of but one great passion. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: Humiliation, by the way, is a truly terrible Humiliation, by the way, is a truly terrible emotion. It's at the bottom of the pile. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Donald Knuth: TeX has found at least one bug in TeX has found at least one bug in every Pascal compiler it's been run on, I think, and at least two in every C compiler — Donald Knuth
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Kind words produce their images on men's souls. Kind words produce their images on men's souls. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All man's troubles come from not knowing how All man's troubles come from not knowing how to sit still in one room. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: It's not just that I'm a horny seventeen It's not just that I'm a horny seventeen year old male and she's a beautiful girl, although I don't necessarily expect you to believe me. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All mankind's troubles are caused by one single All mankind's troubles are caused by one single thing, which is their inability to sit quietly. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Reason's last step is to acknowledge that there Reason's last step is to acknowledge that there are infinitely many things
beyond it. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All of man's problems come from the inability All of man's problems come from the inability to sit quietly in a room. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: It was another one of her father's curses:I'll It was another one of her father's curses:I'll make you into a freak and not let you tell anyone. — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The strength of a man's virtue must not The strength of a man's virtue must not be measured by his efforts, but by his ordinary life. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: The strength of a man's virtue should not The strength of a man's virtue should not be measured by his special exertions, but by his habitual acts. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone. — Blaise Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Francine Pascal: A cult!' Elizabeth gasped. 'Here? In Sweet Valley? A cult!' Elizabeth gasped. 'Here? In Sweet Valley? But that's impossible! — Francine Pascal
Pascal's Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Man's greatness comes from knowing he is wretched. Man's greatness comes from knowing he is wretched. — Blaise Pascal