War is like love it always finds a way.
Quote by Bertolt Brecht
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Bertolt Brecht Quotes
Righteous people have no sense of humor.
Grub first, then ethics.
Something ignoble, loathsome, undignified attends all associations between people and has been transferred to all objects, dwelling, tools, even the landscape itself.
There are times when you have to choose between being a human and having good taste.
On thinking about Hell, I gather My brother Shelley found it was a place Much like the city of London. I Who live in Los Angeles and not in London Find, on thinking about Hell, that it must be Still more like Los Angeles.
First the grub, then the morals.
For the villainy of the world is great, and a man has to run his legs off to keep them from being stolen out fom underneath him.
War is like love; it always finds a way.
Why be a man when you can be a success
What happens to the hole when the cheese is gone?
The seat of knowledge is in the head of wisdom, in the heart. We are sure to judge wrong, if we do not feel right.
Yield not to evils, but attack all the more boldly.
Suffering by nature or chance never seems so painful as suffering inflicted on us by the arbitrary will of another.
There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.
Ages of experience have taught humanity that the commitment of a husband and wife to love and to serve one another promotes the welfare of children and the stability of society.
There is only one kind of love, but there are a thousand imitations.
One of the big changes in politics has been because families, individuals, have felt worried, insecure... worried about the economy, worried about their jobs, worried about their kids' futures... actually the disconnect between the public and media discourse and people's everyday concerns has become bigger not smaller.
Electricity is really just organized lightning.
Sometimes overturning brutal regimes takes time and costs lives. I wish it weren't so. I really, really do.
If a person is homosexual by nature - that is, if one's sexuality is as intrinsic a part of one's identity as gender or skin color - then society can no more deny a gay person access to the secular rights and religious sacraments because of his homosexuality than it can reinstate Jim Crow.