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Samuel Quotes By Samuel Richardson: Angry men make themselves beds of nettles. Angry men make themselves beds of nettles. Samuel Richardson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: There are more fools than knaves in the There are more fools than knaves in the world, else the knaves would not have enough to live upon. Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Pepys: But Lord! To see the absurd nature of But Lord! To see the absurd nature of Englishmen that cannot forbear laughing and jeering at everything that looks strange. Samuel Pepys
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: He has spent his life best who has He has spent his life best who has enjoyed it most. God will take care that we do not enjoy it any more than is good for us. Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: To sentence a man of true genius, to To sentence a man of true genius, to the drudgery of a school is to put a racehorse on a treadmill. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel J. Palmisano: Tech never comes back the same. Tech never comes back the same. Samuel J. Palmisano
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: Try. Fail. Fail again. Fail better. Try. Fail. Fail again. Fail better. Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: The loss of my sight was a great The loss of my sight was a great fillip. If I could go deaf and dumb I think I might pant on to be a hundred. Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Richardson: Love gratified is love satisfied,and love satisfied is Love gratified is love satisfied,
and love satisfied is indifference begun
Samuel Richardson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Never mind the usedo it! Never mind the use
do it! — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Reshevsky: Young players calculate everything, a requirement of their Young players calculate everything, a requirement of their relative inexperience. — Samuel Reshevsky
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Poetry is the art of uniting pleasure with Poetry is the art of uniting pleasure with truth. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: To dread no eye and to suspect no To dread no eye and to suspect no tongue is the great prerogative of innocence
an exemption granted only to invariable virtue. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Subordination tends greatly to human happiness. Were we Subordination tends greatly to human happiness. Were we all upon an equality, we should have no other enjoyment than mere animal pleasure. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: O, it is excellent To have a giant's O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The present is never a happy state to The present is never a happy state to any human being. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Richardson: Men generally are afraid of a wife who Men generally are afraid of a wife who has more understanding than themselves. — Samuel Richardson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Books that you carry to the fire, and Books that you carry to the fire, and hold readily in your hand, are most useful after all. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Wilson: One of the biggest challenges to medicine is One of the biggest challenges to medicine is the incorporation of information technology in our practices. — Samuel Wilson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Schmid: Switzerland is part of the fight against terrorism. Switzerland is part of the fight against terrorism. There is no neutrality against this threat. — Samuel Schmid
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: The only absolute morality is absolute stagnation. The only absolute morality is absolute stagnation. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Goldwyn Jr.: Chaplin is no businessman Chaplin is no businessman — Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The devil is not, indeed, perfectly humorous, but The devil is not, indeed, perfectly humorous, but that is only because he is the extreme of all humor. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Shem: A BMS hears hoofbeats outside his window, the A BMS hears hoofbeats outside his window, the first thing he thinks of is a zebra — Samuel Shem
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: If I die prematurely I shall be saved If I die prematurely I shall be saved from being bored to death at my own success. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: It is as bad as bad can be: It is as bad as bad can be: it is ill-fed, ill-killed, ill-kept, and ill-drest. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel G. Freedman: A novelist who has to defend his creation A novelist who has to defend his creation by telling a reader *But that's what really happened*, is a novelist who has failed. — Samuel G. Freedman
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: If I had shown half as many dangerous If I had shown half as many dangerous tendencies when I was a boy, my father would have apprenticed me to a greengrocer, of that I'm very sure, — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The return of my birthday, if I remember The return of my birthday, if I remember it, fills me with thoughts which it seems to be the general care of humanity to escape. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Every reform, however necessary, will by weak minds Every reform, however necessary, will by weak minds be carried to an excess, that itself will need reforming. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The man who is asked by an author The man who is asked by an author what he thinks of his work is put to the torture and is not obliged to speak the truth. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Rutherford: Whenever I find myself in the cellar of Whenever I find myself in the cellar of affliction, I always look about for the wine. — Samuel Rutherford
Samuel Quotes By Eric Samuel Timm: If Christ is the head of the church If Christ is the head of the church and we are the body, lets be disciples who master the noise. — Eric Samuel Timm
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: ACCEPTATION (ACCEPTA'TION) n.s.[from accept.]1. Reception, whether good or ACCEPTATION (ACCEPTA'TION) n.s.[from accept.]1. Reception, whether good or bad. This large sense seems now wholly out of use. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Rutherford: I seldom made an errand to God for I seldom made an errand to God for another but I got something for myself. — Samuel Rutherford
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Rutherford: The good Husbandman may pluck His rose & The good Husbandman may pluck His rose & gather in His lily. — Samuel Rutherford
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: I would be loath to speak ill of I would be loath to speak ill of any person who I do not know deserves it, but I am afraid he is an attorney. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: When the eye or the imagination is struck When the eye or the imagination is struck with an uncommon work, the next transition of an active mind is to the means by which it was performed — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: He that never labors may know the pains He that never labors may know the pains of idleness, but not the pleasures. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: It is not he who gains the exact It is not he who gains the exact point in dispute who scores most in controversy - but he who has shown the better temper. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel George Morton: The American Race is marked by a brown The American Race is marked by a brown complexion; long, black, lank hair; and deficient beard. — Samuel George Morton
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: All the performances of human art, at which All the performances of human art, at which we look with praise or wonder, are instances of the resistless force of perseverance. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: Since God himself cannot change the past, He Since God himself cannot change the past, He is obliged to tolerate the existence of historians. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The most happy marriage I can picture or The most happy marriage I can picture or imagine to myself would be the union of a deaf man to a blind woman. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: If you follow reason far enough it always If you follow reason far enough it always leads to conclusions that are contrary to reason. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Ian Leslie: Society is held together by communication and information. Society is held together by communication and information. Samuel Johnson — Ian Leslie
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The business of life summons us away from The business of life summons us away from useless grief, and calls us to the exercise of those virtues of which we are lamenting our deprivation. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: Fortunately I did not need affection. Fortunately I did not need affection. — Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Nothing can permanently please, which doesn't contain in Nothing can permanently please, which doesn't contain in itself the reason why it is so, and not otherwise. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel R. Delany: You are trapped in that bright moment where You are trapped in that bright moment where you learned your doom — Samuel R. Delany
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: No man sympathizes with the sorrows of vanity. No man sympathizes with the sorrows of vanity. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Smiles: Energy of will may be defined to be Energy of will may be defined to be the very central power of character in a man. — Samuel Smiles
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Credulity is the common failing of inexperienced virtue; Credulity is the common failing of inexperienced virtue; and he who is spontaneously suspicious may justly be charged with radical corruption. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: The man who lets himself be bored is The man who lets himself be bored is even more contemptible than the bore. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: Do you believe in the life to come? Do you believe in the life to come? Mine was always that. — Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: The tears stream down my cheeks from my The tears stream down my cheeks from my unblinking eyes. What makes me weep so? There is nothing saddening here. Perhaps it is liquefied brain. — Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: A man who is good enough to go A man who is good enough to go to heaven is not good enough to be a clergyman. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Stephen Samuel Wise: It is the Jew who lies when he It is the Jew who lies when he swears allegiance to another faith; who becomes a danger to the world. — Stephen Samuel Wise
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Von Pufendorf: More inhumanity (to man) has been done by More inhumanity (to man) has been done by man himself than any other of nature's causes. — Samuel Von Pufendorf
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: It is common to overlook what is near It is common to overlook what is near by keeping the eye fixed on something remote. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: If the abuse be enormous, nature will rise If the abuse be enormous, nature will rise up, and claiming her original rights, overturn a corrupt political system. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Eliot Morison: A few hints as to literary craftsmanship may A few hints as to literary craftsmanship may be useful to budding historians. First and foremost, get writing! — Samuel Eliot Morison
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Assertion is not argument; to contradict the statement Assertion is not argument; to contradict the statement of an opponent is not proof that you are correct. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Smiles: Sow a thought and you get an act; Sow a thought and you get an act; Sow an act and you get a habit; Sow a habit and you get a character; Sow a character and you get a destiny. — Samuel Smiles
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Smiles: Riches do not constitute any claim to distinction. Riches do not constitute any claim to distinction. It is only the vulgar who admire riches as riches. — Samuel Smiles
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Babies do not want to hear about babies; Babies do not want to hear about babies; they like to be told of giants and castles. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The frost performs its secret ministry,Unhelped by any The frost performs its secret ministry,
Unhelped by any wind. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Tuke: He is a fool who thinks by force He is a fool who thinks by force or skill To turn the current of a woman's will. — Samuel Tuke
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Shem: Law XIII. THE DELIVERY OF MEDICAL CARE IS Law XIII. THE DELIVERY OF MEDICAL CARE IS TO DO AS MUCH NOTHING AS POSSIBLE — Samuel Shem
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Time is, of all modes of existence, most Time is, of all modes of existence, most obsequious to the imagination. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: All imposture weakens confidence and chills benevolence. All imposture weakens confidence and chills benevolence. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Ibn Naghrillah: In times of distress strengthen your heart. In times of distress strengthen your heart. — Samuel Ibn Naghrillah
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: Habit is the ballast that chains the dog Habit is the ballast that chains the dog to his vomit. — Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: If one was to think constantly of death, If one was to think constantly of death, the business of life would stand still. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: A second marriage is a triumph of hope A second marriage is a triumph of hope over experience — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Bashfulness may sometimes exclude pleasure, but seldom opens Bashfulness may sometimes exclude pleasure, but seldom opens any avenue to sorrow or remorse. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: I never take a nap after dinnerbut when I never take a nap after dinner
but when I have had a bad night,
and then the nap takes me. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel R. Delany: If people are busy living out myths you If people are busy living out myths you don't like, leave them to it. — Samuel R. Delany
Samuel Quotes By Judah Ben Samuel Of Regensburg: Better make friends with an ignoramus who is Better make friends with an ignoramus who is liberal with his money and of a pleasing disposition than with a scholar who is mean and irascible. — Judah Ben Samuel Of Regensburg
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Richardson: The wife of a self-admirer must expect a The wife of a self-admirer must expect a very cold and negligent husband. — Samuel Richardson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The Irish are a fair people: They never The Irish are a fair people: They never speak well of one another. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Beckett: Imagination at wit's end spreads its sad wings. Imagination at wit's end spreads its sad wings. — Samuel Beckett
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Little would be wanting to the happiness of Little would be wanting to the happiness of life, if every man could conform to the right as soon as he was shown it. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: By seeing London, I have seen as much By seeing London, I have seen as much of life as the world can show. — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Johnson: I would consent to have a limb amputated I would consent to have a limb amputated to recover my spirits — Samuel Johnson
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Butler: I never knew a writer yet who took I never knew a writer yet who took the smallest pains with his style and was at the same time readable. — Samuel Butler
Samuel Quotes By Samuel R. Delany: Suggestion is a literary strategy. Suggestion is a literary strategy. — Samuel R. Delany
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Gompers: Great minds like a think-The Economist- Great minds like a think
-The Economist- — Samuel Gompers
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Rutherford: Faint not; the miles to heaven are but Faint not; the miles to heaven are but few and short. — Samuel Rutherford
Samuel Quotes By Samuel Garth: Some fell by laudanum, and some by steel, Some fell by laudanum, and some by steel, and death in ambush lay in every pill. — Samuel Garth