True dignity is never gained by place, and never lost when honors are withdrawn.
Quote by Philip Massinger
Philip Massinger Quotes
He that would govern others, first should be Master of himself.
Ambition, in a private man is a vice, is in a prince the virtue.
Be wise; soar not too high to fall; but stoop to rise.
Many good purposes lie in the churchyard.
Patience, the beggar's virtue, shall find no harbor here.
I had not to this time subsisted, but that I was supported by your frequent...
He who would govern others, first should be master of himself.
He is not valiant that dares die, but he that boldly bears calamity.
Death hath a thousand doors to let out life: I shall find one.
Malice scorned, puts out itself; but argued, give a kind of credit to a false...
He that would govern others, first should be the master of himself.
Let us love temperately, things violent last not.
True dignity is never gained by place, and never lost when honors are withdrawn
To doubt is worse than to have lost; and to despair is but to antedate...
Death has a thousand doors to let out life: I shall find one.
Life in a box is better than no life at all ... I expect.
For precious friends hid in death's dateless night.
Shotgunning anybody in this room would be the moral equivalent of killing a car, a...
And death shall have no dominion. Dead men naked they shall be one With the...
I postpone death by living, by suffering, by error, by risking, by giving, by losing.