Women do not often fall in love with philosophers.
Quote by Samuel Richardson
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There is a pride, a self-love, in human minds that will seldom be kept so low as to make men and women humbler than they ought to be.
Every one, more or less, loves Power, yet those who most wish for it are seldom the fittest to be trusted with it.
O! what a Godlike Power is that of doing Good! I envy the Rich and the Great for nothing else!
Marriage is the highest state of friendship. If happy, it lessens our cares by dividing them, at the same time that it doubles our pleasures by mutual participation.
The plays and sports of children are as salutary to them as labor and work are to grown persons.
Women love to be called cruel, even when they are kindest.
Smatterers in learning are the most opinionated.
If the education and studies of children were suited to their inclinations and capacities, many would be made useful members of society that otherwise would make no figure in it.
The difference in the education of men and women must give the former great advantages over the latter, even where geniuses are equal.
As a child is indulged or checked in its early follies, a ground is generally laid for the happiness or misery of the future man.
Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear.
Government is an association of men who do violence to the rest of us.
Good humor is the health of the soul, sadness is its poison.
I try to treat all the money I'm making like it's the last time I'm going to make it.
My humanitarian work evolved from being with my family. My mom, my dad, they really set a great example for giving back. My mom was a nurse, my dad was a school teacher. But my mom did a lot of things for geriatrics and elderly people. She would do home visits for free.
I have long enjoyed the friendship and companionship of Republicans because I am by instinct a teacher, and I would like to teach them something.
To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary amenities of life is worse then starving the body it is starvation of the soul, the dweller in the body.
Liberty consists in the power of doing that which is permitted by the law.
I would love to play 'Funny Girl' or 'Evita,' but I idolize the women who have played those parts. I don't know if there needs to be another version of those shows.
We heed no instincts but our own.