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I am in a moment of pretty wellness.
This world is a comedy to those who think a tragedy to those who feel.
Poetry is a beautiful way of spoiling prose, and the laborious art of exchanging plain sense for harmony.
The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.
By deafness one gains in one respect more than one loses one misses more nonsense than sense.
In all science, error precedes the truth, and it is better it should go first than last.
The best philosophy is to do one's duties to take the world as it comes submit respectfully to one's lot and bless the goodness that has given us so much happiness with it whatever it is.
Justice is rather the activity of truth, than a virtue in itself. Truth tells us what is due to others, and justice renders that due. Injustice is acting a lie.
I fear no bad angel, and have offended no good one.
In science, mistakes always precede the truth.
Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he isn't. A sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is.
Mystery is the wisdom of blockheads.
Heaven mocks the short-sighted views of man.
There is no bombast, no similes, flowers, digressions, or unnecessary descriptions. Everything tends directly to the catastrophe.
He was persuaded he could know no happiness but in the society of one with whom he could for ever indulge the melancholy that had taken possession of his soul.
The world is a comedy to those who think a tragedy to those who feel.
Nine-tenths of the people were created so you would want to be with the other tenth.
The whole secret of life is to be interested in one thing profoundly and in a thousand things well.
Old friends are the great blessing of one's later years. ... They have a memory of the same events and have the same mode of thinking.
When people will not weed their own minds, they are apt to be overrun by nettles.