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Silence accompanies the most significant expressions of happiness and unhappiness: those in love understand one another best when silent, while the most heated and impassioned speech at a graveside touches only outsiders, but seems cold and inconsequential to the widow and children of the deceased.
by: Anton Chekhov
The unhappy are egotistical, base, unjust, cruel, and even less capable of understanding one another than are idiots. Unhappiness does not unite people, but separates them.
by: Anton Chekhov
Each of us is full of too many wheels, screws and valves to permit us to judge one another on a first impression or by two or three external signs.
by: Anton Chekhov
You look at any poetic creature: muslin, ether, demigoddess, millions of delights; then you look into the soul and find the most ordinary crocodile!
by: Anton Chekhov
The sea has neither meaning nor pity.
by: Anton Chekhov
To-day, whatever may annoy,
The word for me is Joy, just simple Joy.
by: John Kendrick Bangs
Whate'er there be of Sorrow
I'll put off till To-morrow,
And when To-morrow comes, why then
'T will be To-day and Joy again.
by: John Kendrick Bangs
For me, my craft is sailing on,
Through mists to-day, clear seas anon.
Whate'er the final harbor be
'T is good to sail upon the sea!
by: John Kendrick Bangs
The true method of knowledge is experiment.
by: William Blake
Behold a God more powerful than I who comes to rule over me.
by: Dante Alighieri
O let us love our occupations,
Bless the squire and his relations,
Live upon our daily rations,
And always know our proper stations.
by: Charles Dickens
In the struggle for survival, the fittest win out at the expense of their rivals because they succeed in adapting themselves best to their environment.
by: Charles Darwin
Tis time, my friend, tis time!
For rest the heart is aching;
Days follow days in flight, and every day is taking
Fragments of being, while together you and I
Make plans to live. Look, all is dust, and we shall die.
by: Alexander Pushkin
The illusion which exalts us is dearer to us than ten thousand truths.
by: Alexander Pushkin
Crime is terribly revealing. Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, and your soul is revealed by your actions.
by: Agatha Christie
I am not afraid of storms‚ for I am learning how to sail my ship.
by: Louisa May Alcott
The last man! Yes I may well describe that solitary being's feelings, feeling myself as the last relic of a beloved race, my companions extinct before me...
by: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley