I strove with none; for none was worth my strife.
Quote by Walter Savage Landor
Walter Savage Landor Quotes
We think that we suffer from ingratitude, while in reality we suffer from self-love.
Every sect is a moral check on its neighbour. Competition is as wholesome in religion...
An ingenuous mind feels in unmerited praise the bitterest reproof.
A solitude is the audience-chamber of God.
Prose on certain occasions can bear a great deal of poetry; on the other hand,...
O what a thing is age! Death without death's quiet.
My thoughts are my company; I can bring them together, select them, detain them, dismiss...
There is delight in singing, though none hear beside the singer.
Ambition is but avarice on stilts, and masked.
No thoroughly occupied person was ever found really miserable.
There is nothing on earth divine except humanity.
The wise become as the unwise in the enchanted chambers of Power, whose lamps make...
Of all failures, to fail in a witticism is the worst, and the mishap is...
Ambition has but one reward for all: A little power, a little transient fame; A...
Even the weakest disputant is made so conceited by what he calls religion, as to...
I strove with none; for none was worth my strife; Nature I loved, and, next...
We often fancy that we suffer from ingratitude, while in reality we suffer from self-love.
No ashes are lighter than those of incense, and few things burn out sooner.
Many laws as certainly make bad men, as bad men make many laws.
We are no longer happy so soon as we wish to be happier.