1. Fools look to tomorrow, and wise men
too seldom see their own faults.
3. Worry kills more men
4. Honest men
marry soon, wise men not at all.
of privilege without power are waste material, Men of enlighten-ment without influence are the poorest kind of rubbish.
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6. When rogues (or thieves) fall out, honest men
come by their own.
7. The law cannot make all men
equal, but they are all equal before the law.
8. Weak men
wait for opportunity, but the strong men make it.
9. Great men
’s sons seldom do well.
10. Every kind of peaceful cooperation among men
is primarily based on mutual trust and only secondly on institutions such as courts of justice and police.
11. Wise men
love truth, whereas fools shun it.
12. Fools make feasts and wise men
13. Take a pain for a pleasure all wise men
will wrangle for religion, write for it, fight for it, die for it, anything but live for it. Charles Caleb Colton
love to hear well of themselves.
16. Fools learn nothing from wise men
; but wise men learn much from fools.
17. There is a tide in the affairs of men
18. Blind men
can judge no colours.
19. Guilty consciences always make people [men
20. A state which dwarfs its men
,in order that they may be more docile instruments in its hands even for beneficial purposes will find that with small men no great thing can really be accomplished.
’s characters are not always written on their foreheads.
22. Wise men
learn by other men's mistakes (or harms); fools by their own.
23. Other men
live to eat, while I eat to live.
24. In the kingdom of blind men
the one-eyed man is king.
25. Keep good men
company, and you shall be of the number.
26. Praise makes good men
better, and bad men worse.
27. I am not only witty in myself, but the cause that wit is in other men
28. I intend no modification of my hope...expressed personal wish that all men
everywhere could be free.
29. It is not true suffering ennobles the character; happiness does that sometimes, but suffering, for the most part, makes men
petty and vindictive.
30. It is not helps, but obstaceles, not facilities but difficulties, that make men