Liberty is obedience to the law which one has laid down for oneself
Quote by Jean Jacques Rousseau
We pity in others only the those evils which we ourselves have experienced.
I hate books; they only teach us to talk about things we know nothing about.
I prefer liberty with danger than peace with slavery
I may not be better than other people, but at least I'm different.
Our will is always for our own good, but we do not always see what...
Reading, solitude, idleness, a soft and sedentary life, intercourse with women and young people, these...
The training of children is a profession, where we must know how to waste time...
People who know little are usually great talkers, while men who know much say little.
Conscience is the voice of the soul; the passions are the voice of the body
Those that are most slow in making a promise are the most faithful in the...
All of my misfortunes come from having thought too well of my fellows.
Free people, remember this maxim: We may acquire liberty, but it is never recovered if...
Heroes are not known by the loftiness of their carriage; the greatest braggarts are generally...
Money is the seed of money.
To renounce liberty is to renounce being a man, to surrender the rights of humanity...
A feeble body weakens the mind.
Do I dare set forth here the most important, the most useful rule of all...
Although modesty is natural to man, it is not natural to children. Modesty only begins...
Plant and your spouse plants with you; weed and you weed alone.
The person who has lived the most is not the one with the most years...