Henri Frederic Amiel
Society lives by faith, and develops by science.
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Pure truth cannot be assimilated by the crowd it must be communicated by contagion.
To live we must conquer incessantly, we must have the courage to be happy.
In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties.
Truth is not only violated by falsehood it may be equally outraged by silence.
I'm not interested in age. People who tell me their age are silly. You're as old as you feel.
Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark journey with us. Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind.
An error is the more dangerous in proportion to the degree of truth which it contains.
Action and faith enslave thought, both of them in order not be troubled or inconvenienced by reflection, criticism, and doubt.
Everything you need for better future and success has already been written. And guess what? All you have to do is go to the library.
Learn to... be what you are, and learn to resign with a good grace all that you are not.
When you pray for anyone you tend to modify your personal attitude toward him.
Silently one by one, in the infinite meadows of heaven, Blossomed the lovely stars, the forget-me-nots of the angels.
Freedom is not procured by a full enjoyment of what is desired, but by controlling the desire.
Whenever you're the child of a famous person, you get judged in odd ways because of that.
In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point.
He was as great as a man can be without morality.
There is no great genius without a mixture of madness.
It's funny how you never think about the women you've had. It's always the ones who get away that you can't forget.
I'm not the type of guy who enjoys one-night stands. It leaves me feeling very empty and cynical. It's not even fun sexually. I need to feel something for the woman and entertain the vain hope that it may lead to a relationship.
What does it say about a president's policies when he has to use a cartoon character rather than real people to justify his record? What does it say about the fiction of old liberalism to insist that good jobs and good schools and good wages will result from policies that have failed us, time and again?