You see things; and you say, 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say, 'Why not?'
Quote by George Bernard Shaw
What the world calls originality is only an unaccustomed method of tickling it
Everything happens to everybody sooner or later if there is time enough.
If history repeats itself, and the unexpected always happens, how incapable must Man be of...
Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one...
Home life is no more natural to us than a cage is natural to a...
It's so hard to know what to do when one wishes earnestly to do right.
New opinions often appear first as jokes and fancies, then as blasphemies and treason, then...
What is virtue but the Trade Unionism of the married?
Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny: they have only shifted it to another...
Those who do not know how to live must make a merit of dying
If you must hold yourself up to your children as an object lesson, hold yourself...
You have to choose between trusting to the natural stability of gold and the natural...
Capitalism has destroyed our belief in any effective power but that of self interest backed...
A man who is not a communist at the age of twenty is a fool....
Without art, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable.
The moment we want to believe something, we suddenly see all the arguments for it,...
Those who do not know how to live must make a merit of dying.
The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
People become attached to their burdens sometimes more than the burdens are attached to them.
Virtue is insufficient temptation.