He who praises everybody, praises nobody.
Quote by Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson Quotes
I respect Millar: he has raised the price of literature
It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. The act of dying...
Suspicion is not less an enemy to virtue than to happiness; he that is already...
Time quickly puts an end to artificial and accidental fame
No man is a hypocrite in his pleasures
The habit of looking on the bright side of every event is worth more than...
Courage is reckoned the greatest of all virtues; because, unless a man has that virtue,...
No money is better spent than what is laid out for domestic satisfaction.
Some desire is necessary to keep life in motion, and he whose real wants are...
About the beginning of the seventeenth century appeared a race of writers that may be...
That man (Lord Lyttelton) sat down to write a book, to tell the world what...
Those who do not feel pain seldom think that it is felt
There is nothing more fatal to a man whose business is to think than to...
It is not from reason and prudence that people marry, but from inclination
You teach your daughters the diameters of the planets and wonder when you are done...
Quotation is the highest compliment you can pay to an author
Exercise is labor without weariness.
Disease generally begins that equality which death completes.
Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.
Getting money is not all a man's business: to cultivate kindness is a valuable part...