There is no truer cause of unhappiness amongst men than, where naturally expecting charity and benevolence, they receive harm and vexation.
Quote by Francois Rabelais
A habit does not a monk make.
If the skies fall, one may hope to catch larks.
It is my feeling that Time ripens all things; with Time all things are revealed;...
The scent of wine, oh how much more agreeable, laughing, praying, celestial and delicious it...
I drink no more than a sponge.
If you wish to avoid seeing a fool you must first break your looking glass.
Frugality is for the vulgar.
Nature abhors a vacuum.
The Devil was sick - the Devil a monk would be, The Devil was well...
Remove idleness from the world and soon the arts of Cupid would perish.
One falls to the ground in trying to sit on two stools.
It is better to write of laughter than of tears, for laughter is the property...
Everything comes in time to those who can wait.
Ignorance is the mother of all evils.
Debts and lies are generally mixed together
How do you know antiquity was foolish? How do you know the present is wise?...
Science without conscience is the death of the soul.
Looking as like - as one pea does like another
Although a man may wear fine clothing, if he lives peacefully; and is good, self-possessed,...
The cat is the mirror of his human's mind...the dog mirrors his human's physical appearance.