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Philip Sidney Quotes: "In forming a judgment, lay your hearts void of foretaken opinions; else, whatsoever is done or said, will be measured by a wrong rule; like them who have jaundice, to whom everything appears yellow."

In forming a judgment, lay your hearts void of foretaken opinions; else, whatsoever is done or said, will be measured by a wrong rule; like them who have jaundice, to whom everything appears yellow.




Philip Sidney Quotes: "It is a great happiness to be praised of them that are most praise-worthy."

It is a great happiness to be praised of them that are most praise-worthy.




Philip Sidney Quotes: "My true love hath my heart, and I have his"

My true love hath my heart, and I have his



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The ingredients of health and long life, are great temperance, open air, easy labor, and little care."

The ingredients of health and long life, are great temperance, open air, easy labor, and little care.




Philip Sidney Quotes: "Either I will find a way, or I will make one."

Either I will find a way, or I will make one.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Like the air-invested heron, great persons should conduct themselves; and the higher they be, the less they should show."

Like the air-invested heron, great persons should conduct themselves; and the higher they be, the less they should show.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Happiness is a sunbeam, which may pass though a thousand bosoms without losing a particle of its original ray."

Happiness is a sunbeam, which may pass though a thousand bosoms without losing a particle of its original ray.




Philip Sidney Quotes: "If you neglect your work, you will dislike it; if you do it well, you will enjoy it"

If you neglect your work, you will dislike it; if you do it well, you will enjoy it



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Cupid makes it his sport to pull the warrior's plum."

Cupid makes it his sport to pull the warrior's plum.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "A true knight is fuller of bravery in the midst, than in the beginning of danger."

A true knight is fuller of bravery in the midst, than in the beginning of danger.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Fool," said my muse to me. "Look in thy heart and write."

Fool," said my muse to me. "Look in thy heart and write.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "A fair woman shall not only command without authority but persuade without speaking."

A fair woman shall not only command without authority but persuade without speaking.




Philip Sidney Quotes: "No decking sets forth anything so much as affection."

No decking sets forth anything so much as affection.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The only disadvantage of an honest heart is credulity."

The only disadvantage of an honest heart is credulity.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Music, I say, the most divine striker of the senses."

Music, I say, the most divine striker of the senses.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "There is little hope of equity where rebellion reigns."

There is little hope of equity where rebellion reigns.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Sin is the mother, and shame the daughter of lewdness."

Sin is the mother, and shame the daughter of lewdness.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Alexander received more bravery of mind by the pattern of Achilles, than by hearing the definition of fortitude."

Alexander received more bravery of mind by the pattern of Achilles, than by hearing the definition of fortitude.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "No is no negative in a woman's mouth."

No is no negative in a woman's mouth.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Come Sleep! Oh Sleep, the certain knot of peace, the baiting-place of wit, the balm of woe, the poor man's wealth, the prisoner's release, the indifferent judge between the high and low."

Come Sleep! Oh Sleep, the certain knot of peace, the baiting-place of wit, the balm of woe, the poor man's wealth, the prisoner's release, the indifferent judge between the high and low.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "O you virtuous owle, The wise Minerva's only fowle."

O you virtuous owle, The wise Minerva's only fowle.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "I seek no better warrant than my own, conscience."

I seek no better warrant than my own, conscience.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "As the fertilest ground, must be manured, so must the highest flying wit have a Daedalus to guide him."

As the fertilest ground, must be manured, so must the highest flying wit have a Daedalus to guide him.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts."

They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Love, one time, layeth burdens; another time, giveth wings."

Love, one time, layeth burdens; another time, giveth wings.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The observances of the church concerning feasts and fasts are tolerably well kept, since the rich keep the feasts and the poor the fasts."

The observances of the church concerning feasts and fasts are tolerably well kept, since the rich keep the feasts and the poor the fasts.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "All is but lip-wisdom which wants experience."

All is but lip-wisdom which wants experience.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Every present occasion will catch the senses of the vain man; and with that bridle and saddle you may ride him."

Every present occasion will catch the senses of the vain man; and with that bridle and saddle you may ride him.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Great captains do never use long orations when it comes to the point of execution."

Great captains do never use long orations when it comes to the point of execution.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Those lovers scorn whom that love doth possess? Do they call virtue there ungratefulness?"

Those lovers scorn whom that love doth possess? Do they call virtue there ungratefulness?



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The truly valiant dare everything but doing anybody an injury."

The truly valiant dare everything but doing anybody an injury.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The scourge of life, and death's extreme disgrace, The smoke of hell,--that monster called Paine."

The scourge of life, and death's extreme disgrace, The smoke of hell,--that monster called Paine.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "It is not good to wake a sleeping lion."

It is not good to wake a sleeping lion.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "There is no man suddenly either excellently good or extremely evil, but grows either as he holds himself up in virtue or lets himself slide to viciousness."

There is no man suddenly either excellently good or extremely evil, but grows either as he holds himself up in virtue or lets himself slide to viciousness.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "It many times falls out that we deem ourselves much deceived in others because we first deceived ourselves."

It many times falls out that we deem ourselves much deceived in others because we first deceived ourselves.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "In victory, the hero seeks the glory, not the prey."

In victory, the hero seeks the glory, not the prey.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Laws are not made like lime-twigs or nets, to catch everything that toucheth them; but rather like sea-marks, to guide from shipwreck the ignorant passenger."

Laws are not made like lime-twigs or nets, to catch everything that toucheth them; but rather like sea-marks, to guide from shipwreck the ignorant passenger.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "What is birth to a man if it shall be a stain to his dead ancestors to have left such an offspring?"

What is birth to a man if it shall be a stain to his dead ancestors to have left such an offspring?



Philip Sidney Quotes: "My true-love hath my heart, and I have his, By just exchange, one for the other given; I hold his dear, and mine he cannot miss, There never was a better bargain driven."

My true-love hath my heart, and I have his, By just exchange, one for the other given; I hold his dear, and mine he cannot miss, There never was a better bargain driven.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Commonly they must use their feet for defense whose only weapon is their tongue."

Commonly they must use their feet for defense whose only weapon is their tongue.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Nothing has a letter effect upon children than praise."

Nothing has a letter effect upon children than praise.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Poetry, a speaking picture to teach and delight."

Poetry, a speaking picture to teach and delight.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Fearfulness, contrary to all other vices, maketh a man think the better of another, the worse of himself."

Fearfulness, contrary to all other vices, maketh a man think the better of another, the worse of himself.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "As the love of the heavens makes us heavenly, the love of virtue virtuous, so doth the love of the world make one become worldly."

As the love of the heavens makes us heavenly, the love of virtue virtuous, so doth the love of the world make one become worldly.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "It depends on education--that holder of the keys which the Almighty hath put into our hands--to open the gates which lead to virtue or to vice, to happiness or misery."

It depends on education--that holder of the keys which the Almighty hath put into our hands--to open the gates which lead to virtue or to vice, to happiness or misery.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "The first mark of valor is defence."

The first mark of valor is defence.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "Shallow brooks murmur most, deep and silent slide away."

Shallow brooks murmur most, deep and silent slide away.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "A dull head thinks of no better way to show himself wise, than by suspecting everything in his way."

A dull head thinks of no better way to show himself wise, than by suspecting everything in his way.



Philip Sidney Quotes: "It is a lively spark of nobleness to descend in most favour to one when he is lowest in affliction"

It is a lively spark of nobleness to descend in most favour to one when he is lowest in affliction