Found 1,801 quotes starting with H:

Habit and routine have an unbelievable power to waste and destroy.
– Henri de Lubac
Habit is a cable; we weave a thread of it each day, and at last we cannot break it.
– Horace Mann
Habit is a great deadener.
– Samuel Beckett
Habit is either the best of servants or the worst of masters.
– Nathaniel Emmons
Habit is habit and not to be flung out of the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs a step at a time.
– Mark Twain
Habit with him was all the test of truth, It must be right I've done it from my youth.
– George Crabbe
Habit with it's iron sinews, clasps us and leads us day by day.
– Alphonse de Lamartine
Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity.
– Augustine of Hippo
Habit, my friend, is practice long pursued, that at last becomes man himself.
– Evenus
Habits - the only reason they persist is that they are offering some satisfaction. You allow them to persist by not seeking any other, better form of satisfying the same needs. Every habit, good or bad, is acquired and learned in the same way - by finding that it is a means of satisfaction.
– Juliene Berk
Habits are cobwebs at first; cables at last.
– Chinese Proverb
Habits are safer than rules you don't have to watch them. And you don't have to keep them either. They keep you.
– Frank Crane
Habits...the only reason they persist is that they are offering some satisfaction...You allow them to persist by not seeking any other, better form of satisfying the same needs. Every habit, good or bad, is acquired and learned in the same way - by finding that it is a means of satisfaction.
– Juliene Berk
Hace trece años, el día 11 Septiembre de 2001, uno de los acontecimientos más trágicos y terribles de la historia humana sacudió nuestro mundo. No sólo América, sino al mundo entero perdieron su inocencia ese preciso momento, cuando la cara sucia, asquerosa de terrorismo de masas surgió para torturar brutalmente a la humanidad. El mundo se dio cuenta de que este nuevo mal es perpetrado por fanáticos bárbaros desvergonzados que se han dejado indiferente a la santidad de la vida humana. américa se hizo más fuerte que nunca para luchar contra el terrorismo, y acabó con un pedazo importante de psicópata malvado terrorista para hacer nuestro mundo más seguro, una vez más. En el 13 aniversario del 9/11, nuestro corazón todavía duele por todas esas vidas inocentes que fueron brutalmente asesinados por actividades terroristas. Es tan triste, deprimente y desagradable historia, y sin embargo, sus secuelas es muy inspirador cuando pensamos en cómo Estados Unidos y muchas naciones se unieron para destruir implacablemente el eje del mal, capturar y llevar ante la justicia a los terroristas tóxicos - incluyendo a su líder Osama. En este 13 aniversario, rendimos nuestro homenaje respetuoso a los mártires del 9/11 ataques, y sinceramente agradecemos a nuestros héroes americanos impresionantes que todavía están luchando esos terroristas fanáticos extraños para hacer de nuestro mundo un lugar mejor. Dios los bendiga a todos, y dios bendice América.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Had I been chosen President again, I am certain I could not have lived another year.
– John Adams
Had I been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the universe.
– Alfonso the Wise
Had malice not become a trusted friend to humankind, I should have applauded all technical endeavours.
– Lot Chakonza
Had there been no difficulties and no thorns in the way, then man would have been in his primitive state and no progress made in civilisation and mental culture.
– Anandabai Joshee
Had we not faults of our own, we should take less pleasure in complaining of others.
– François Fénelon
Had we not loved ourselves at all, we could never have been obliged to love anything. So that self-love is the basis of all love.
– Thomas Traherne
Hahaahhaahaaahhaaahahaahaahaa!
– Niall Horan
Hail to you gods, on that day of the great reckoning. Behold me, I have come to you, without sin, without guilt, without evil, without a witness against me, without one whom I have wronged. I am one pure of mouth, pure of hands.
– The Book of the Dead
Hair loss is God's way of telling me I'm human.
– Bruce Willis
Hair salon doorways in the capital city's pink light district. Working as a xiaojie is an alternative, albeit illicit, means of income for these underprivileged girls, who are known in Jiangxi as "porcelain with cracks" and in Ningxia as "wilted flowers".
– Tom Carter
Half a psychiatrist's patients see him because they are married -- the other half because they're not.
– Arnold H. Glasgow
Half a truth is better than no politics.
– G. K. Chesterton
Half circus and half Supreme Court.
– James Barrett Scotty Reston
Half of analysis is anal.
– Marty Indik
Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
– Gore Vidal
Half of the American people never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
– Gore Vidal, The World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1993
Half of the harm that is done in this world is due to ...
– T. S. Eliot
Half of the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important.
– T.S. Elliot
Half of the modern drugs could well be thrown out of the window, except that the birds might eat them.
– Dr. Martin Henry Fischer
Half of the secular unrest and dismal, profane sadness of modern society comes from the vain ideas that every man is bound to be a critic for life.
– Henry Van Dyke
Half of the world's misery comes from ignorance. The other half comes from intelligence.
– Baslo
Half of us are blind, few of us feel, and we are all deaf.
– William Osler
Half of what I say is meaningless but I say it so that the other half may reach you.
– Kahlil Gibran
Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.
– Will Rogers
Half our standards come from our first masters, and the other half from our first loves.
– George Santayana
Half the battle is already won, if you conquer your fear of failure....
– Siddharth Astir
Half the controversies in the world are verbal ones; and could they be brought to a plain issue they would be brought to a prompt termination. Parties engaged in them would then perceive either that in substance they agreed together, or that their difference was one of first principles. We need not dispute, we need not prove, we need but define. At all events, let us, if we can, do this first of all and then see who are left for us to dispute; what is left for us to prove.
– Cardinal John Newman
Half the failures of this world arise from pulling in one's horse as he is leaping.
– Augustus Hare
Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted, the trouble is I don't know which half.
– John Wanamaker
Half the people in that stadium [LSU's Tiger Stadium] can't spell LSU. It doesn't matter. They identify with it.
– James Carville
Half the promises people say were never kept, were never made.
– Edgar Watson Howe
Half the time men think they are talking business, they are wasting time.
– Edgar Watson Howe
Half the work that is done in the world is to make things appear what they are not.
– Erastus Flavel Beadle
Half the world does not know the joys of wearing cotton underwear. (promoting US exports, as quoted in Time)
– Phil Gramm
Half the world is composed of idiots, the other half of people clever enough to take indecent advantage of them.
– Walter Kerr
Half this game is 90 mental.
– Yogi Berra
Half this game is 90% mental.
– Danny Ozark, manager of the Phillies
Hallow the body as a temple to comeliness and sanctify the heart as a sacrifice to love love recompenses the adorers.
– Kahlil Gibran
Hamas is responsible and Hamas will pay.
– Benjamin Netanyahu
Hamlet Do you see yonder cloud that's almost in shape of a camel Polonius By the mass, and 'tis like a camel, indeed. Hamlet Methinks it is like a weasel. Polonius It is backed like a weasel. Hamlet Or like a whale Polonius Very like a whale.
– William Shakespeare
Hamlet is a course and barbarous play. One might think the work is the product of a drunken savage's imagination.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
Hamlet is the tragedy of tackling a family problem too soon after college.
– Tom Masson
Hammer the iron that lies on your anvil instead of daydreaming about working silver.
– Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time
Handguns are a public-health problem.
– Josh Sugarmann
Hang out with the powerful and people will kneel before you wherever you go.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hang out with wise people and you will realize that there is nothing better for man than silence.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hanging is too good for a man who makes puns he should be drawn and quoted.
– Fred Allen
Hanging is too good for a man who makes puns; he should be drawn and quoted.
– Fred Allen
Hanging is too good for him said Mr. Cruelty.
– John Bunyan
Hanlon's RazorNever attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.
– Anonymous
Happines is like mercury. Hard to hold, and when we drop it, it shatters into a million pieces. Maybe the bravest of all are those who have the courage to reach for it again.
– Mary Higgins Clark, Kitchen Privileges, A Memoir
Happiness a good bank account, a good cook and a good digestion.
– Jean Jacques Rousseau
Happiness always looks small while you hold it in your hands, but let it go, and you learn at once how big and precious it is.
– Maxim Gorky
Happiness and moral duty are inseparably connected.
– George Washington
Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth. They are inseparable. It would be a mistake to say that happiness necessarily springs from the absurd. Discovery. It happens as well that the felling of the absurd springs from happiness. "I conclude that all is well," says Edipus, and that remark is sacred. It echoes in the wild and limited universe of man. It teaches that all is not, has not been, exhausted. It drives out of this world a god who had come into it with dissatisfaction and a preference for futile suffering. It makes of fate a human matter, which must be settled among men.
– Albert Camus
Happiness cannot be found--it must be created anew everyday.
– Jose Raul Bernardo, The Wise Women of Havana (HarperCollins, 2002)
Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude.
– Denis Waitley
Happiness comes in small peaces. Stop looking for it, before you’ll get lost. Don’t expect too much, or you’ll make room for disappointment. Take life as it is and you’ll enjoy it!
– Cristian Andrei Nica
Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply, to enjoy simply, to think freely, to risk life, to be needed.
– Storm Jameson
Happiness comes only when we push our brains and hearts to the farthest reaches of which we are capable.
– Leo C. Rosten
Happiness consists in activity. It is running steam, not a stagnant pool.
– John Mason Good
Happiness consumes itself like a flame. It cannot burn for ever, it must go out, and the presentiment of its end destroys it at its very peak.
– August Strindberg
Happiness depends upon ourselves.
– Aristotle
Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best.
– Theodore Isaac Rubin
Happiness does not lie in happiness, but in the achievement of it.
– Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Happiness grows at our own firesides, and is not to be picked in stranger's gardens.
– Douglas William Jerrold
Happiness grows at our own firesides, and is not to be picked in stranger's gardens.
– Douglas Jerrold
Happiness hates the timid So does science
– Eugene O'Neill
Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
– Ernest Hemingway
Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.
– Jane Austen
Happiness in nature is a double happiness; sorrow in nature is a half sorrow!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Happiness in this world, when it comes, comes incidentally. Make it the object of pursuit, and it leads us a wild-goose chase, and is never attained.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
Happiness includes chiefly the idea of satisfaction after full honest effort. No one can possibly be satisfied and no one can be happy who feels that in some paramount affairs he failed to take up the challenge of life.
– Arnold Bennett
Happiness is a butterfly which when pursued is just out of grasp... But if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
Happiness is a butterfly, which, when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
Happiness is a choice that requires effort at times.
– Anonymous
Happiness is a continuation of happenings which are not resisted.
– Deepak Chopra
Happiness is a how, not a what: a talent, not an object
– Hermann Hesse
Happiness is a matter of choice. Besides, sadness is also a matter of choice. So, which of the above habits or lifestyles have you been or are you indulging in? Anyway, I'm urging you as ever choose happiness rather than sadness. Because, happiness is a good antidote to stress. It equally guarantees and brings longevity. But, the reverse is the case with sadness. Or rather sadness shortens one's life span. Thus, say NO to sadness and then say YES to happiness. For, happiness pays rather than sadness.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness is a matter of one's most ordinary everyday mode of consciousness being busy and lively and unconcerned with self. To be damned is for one's ordinary everyday mode of consciousness to be unremitting agonizing preoccupation with self.
– Iris Murdoch
Happiness is a perfume which you cannot pour on someone without getting some on yourself.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others with out getting a few drops on yourself.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Happiness is a self-therapy or medication that cures all manner of depression and sadness. So come on, dare to be and remain happy no matter your condition.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness is a state of activity.
– Aristotle
Happiness is a state of mind and not a state of possession. Be as you are and you will be happy, if you try to be someone else you will be miserable.
– Apoorve Dubey
Happiness is a sunbeam, Which may pass through a thousand bosoms Without losing a particle of its original ray Nay, when it strikes on a kindred heart, Like the converged light on a mirror, It reflects itself with redoubled brightness. It is not perfected till it is shared.
– Jane Porter
Happiness is a warm puppy.
– Charles M. Schultz, Linus in "Peanuts"
Happiness is a way of praying.
– Jose Raul Bernardo, The Wise Women of Havana (HarperCollins, 2002)
Happiness is always a by-product. It is probably a matter of temperament, and for anything I know it may be glandular. But it is not something that can be demanded from life, and if you are not happy you had better stop worrying about it and see what treasures you can pluck from your own brand of unhappiness.
– Robertson Davies
Happiness is an attitude of mind, born of the simple determination to be happy under all outward circumstances.
– J. Donald Wlters
Happiness is an imaginary condition, formerly attributed by the living to the dead, now usually attributed by adults to children, and by children to adults.
– Thomas Szasz
Happiness is an imaginary condition, formerly often attributed by the living to the dead, now usually attributed by adults to children, and by children to adults.
– H Hahn Blavatsky
Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
Happiness is different from pleasure. Happiness has something to do with struggling and enduring and accomplishing.
– George Sheehan
Happiness is equilibrium. Shift your weight. Equilibrium is pragmatic. You have to get everything into proportion. You compensate, rebalance yourself so that you maintain your angle to the world. When the world shifts, you shift.
– Tom Stoppard
Happiness is everybody's birthright
– Murty BVNS
Happiness is good health and a bad memory.
– Ingrid Bergman
Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.
– George Burns
Happiness is heart-warming/healthful i.e. happiness is emotionally rewarding/uplifting and good for your health. Moreover, the more happier you are, the more healthier you will be/remain. So, dare to be/remain happy always and never sad.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness is in the heart, not in the circumstances.
– Author Unknown
Happiness is in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.
– Franklin Roosevelt
Happiness is inward and not outward and so it does not depend on what we have, but on what we are.
– Henry Van Dyke
Happiness is like a sunbeam, which the least shadow intercepts, while adversity is often as the rain of spring.
– Chinese Proverb
Happiness is like manna; it is to be gathered in grains, and enjoyed every day. It will not keep; it cannot be accumulated; nor have we got to go out of ourselves or into remote places to gather it, since it has rained down from a Heaven, at our very door
– Tryon Edwards
Happiness is like manna; it is to be gathered in grains, and enjoyed every day. It will not keep; it cannot be accumulated; nor have we got to go out of ourselves or into remote places to gather it, since it has rained down from a Heaven, at our very door.
– Tyron Edwards
Happiness is meant to be an acquired taste i.e. happiness ought to be an attitude/lifestyle which you have to imbibe/portray over and over again. For, happiness is worth imbibing and portraying for life, unlike sadness which is ever uncalled for.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness is meant to be an acquired taste i.e. happiness ought to be an attitude/lifestyle which you have to imbibe/portray over and over again. For, happiness is worth imbibing/portraying for life, unlike sadness which is ever uncalled for.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness is neither virtue nor pleasure nor this thing nor that but simply growth, We are happy when we are growing.
– William Butler Yeats
Happiness is not a circus clown rolling around in a big tractor tire so that his arms and legs form 'spokes.' Happiness is when he stops.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Happiness is not a destination. It is a method of life.
– Burton Hills
Happiness is not a goal it is a by-product.
– Roosevelt, Eleanor
Happiness is not a reward - it is a consequence.
Suffering is not a punishment - it is a result.

– Robert G. Ingersoll
Happiness is not a reward -- it is a consequence. Suffering is not a punishment -- it is a result.
– Robert G. Ingersoll
Happiness is not a reward-it is a consequence. Suffering is not a punishment-it is a result.
– Robert Green Ingersoll
Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.
– Margaret Lee Runbeck
Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness it is generally the by-product of other activities.
– Aldous Huxley
Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness; it is generally the by-product of other activities.
– Aldous Huxley, Vendeta for the Western World, 1945
Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have.
– Rabbi H. Schachtel
Happiness is not in having being it is in doing.
– Lillian Eichler Watson
Happiness is not in the mere possession of money it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.
– Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Happiness is not so much in having as sharing. We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
– Norman MacEwan
Happiness is not the absence of problems; it's the ability to deal with them."
– Steve Maraboli
Happiness is nothing more than good health and a bad memory.
– Albert Schweitzer
Happiness is often somewhere near us, not in the far places!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Happiness is possible only to a rational man, the man who desires nothing but rational goals, seeks nothing but rational values and finds his joy in nothing buy rational actions.
– Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Happiness is reflective, like the light of heaven.
– Washington Irving, American writer and poet
Happiness is secured through virtue; it is a good attained by man's own will.
– Thomas Aquinas
Happiness is something that comes into our lives through doors we don't even remember leaving open.
– Rose Lane
Happiness is something that you are and it comes from the way you think.
– Wayne Dyer
Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one's values.
– Ayn Rand
Happiness is the china shop; love is the bull.
– H. L. Mencken
Happiness is the gauge that measures your relationship with God."
– Steve Maraboli
Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye.
– Austin O'Malley
Happiness is the interval between periods of unhappiness.
– Don Marquis
Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.
– Aristotle
Happiness is the only good. The time to be happy is now. The place to be happy is here. The way to be happy is to make others so.
– Robert G. Ingersoll
Happiness is the only sanction of life where happiness fails, existence remains a mad and lamentable experiment.
– George Santayana
Happiness is the only sanction of life; where happiness fails, existence remains a mad and lamentable experiment.
– George Santayana, Life of Reason (1905) vol. 1, ch. 10
Happiness is the perpetual possession of being well deceived.
– Jonathan Swift
Happiness is the summit of a high mountain; we can visit it, but we can't stay there! We are forced to go down to the valleys of sadness.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Happiness is the twin sister of optimism and the twin brother of contentment.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Happiness isn't something you experience it's something you remember.
– Oscar Levant
Happiness isn't the easiest thing to find, but one place you're guaranteed to find it is in a friend's smile.
– Allison Poler
Happiness knows no guilt
– Alexios Zavras
Happiness lies in good health and a bad memory.
– Ingrid Bergman
Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
Happiness lies neither in vice nor in virtue; but in the manner we appreciate the one and the other, and the choice we make pursuant to our individual organization.
– Marquis de Sade
Happiness lies, first of all, in health.
– George William Curtis
Happiness makes up in height for what it lacks in length.
– Robert Frost
Happiness never lays its finger on its pulse.
– Adam Smith
Happiness only real when shared
– Christopher Johnson McCandless
Happiness seems made to be shared.
– Pierre Corneille
Happiness sneaks through a door you didn't know that you left open.
– John Barrymore
Happiness was not made to be boasted, but enjoyed. Therefore tho others count me miserable, I will not believe them if I know and feel myself to be happy; nor fear them.
– Thomas Traherne
Happiness will never come to those who fail to appreciate what they already have.
– Author Unknown
Happiness, or misery, is in the mind. It is the mind that lives.
– William Cobbett
Happiness, that grand mistress of the ceremonies in the dance of life, impels us through all its mazes and meanderings, but leads none of us by the same route.
– Charles Caleb Colton
Happiness/cheerfulness/lovefulness gives rise to youthful/gorgeous look/appearance. But, the reverse is the case with unhappiness/uncheerfulness/hatefulness i.e. you should be happy/cheerful/loveful always. For, it really pays.
– Emeasoba George
Happiness: a good bank account, a good cook and a good digestion.
– Jean Jacques Rousseau
Happy are the people whose annals are blank in history books
– Thomas Carlyle
Happy During high school, I played junior hockey and still hold two league records most time spent in the penalty box and I was the only guy to ever take off his skate and try to stab somebody.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy families are all alike every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
– Leo Tolstoy
Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
– Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina, Chapter 1, first line
Happy Golf requires goofy pants and a fat ass. You should talk to my neighbor the accountant. Probably a great golfer. Huge ass.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy I'm stupid. You're smart. I was wrong. You were right. You're the best. I'm the wrost. You're very good-looking. I'm not very attractive.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy If I saw myself dressed like that, I'd have to kick my own ass.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy is he who can give himself up.
– Naguib, Mahfouz
Happy is he who gets to know the reasons for things.
– Virgil
Happy is he who has laid up in his youth, and held fast in all fortune, a genuine and passionate love of reading.
– Rufus Choate
Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery He has not been broken in two by time he is not two men, but one, and he has saved not only his soul, but his life.
– Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Happy is said to be the family which can eat onions together. They are, for the time being, separate, from the world, and have a harmony of aspiration.
– Charles Dudley Warner
Happy is the man who has broken the chains which hurt the mind, and has given up worrying once and for all.
– Ovid
Happy is the person who not only sings, but feels God's eye is on the sparrow, and knows He watches over me. To be simply ensconced in God is true joy.
– Alfred A. Montapert
Happy is the son whose faith in his mother remains unchallenged.
– Louisa May Alcott
Happy moments are the times to be stupid, not be genius!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Happy or unhappy, families are all mysterious.
– Gloria Steinem
Happy Son of a bitch ball. Why can't you go home Aren't you good enough for your home Answer me. Suck my white ass ball.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy the man who early learns the difference between his wishes and his powers.
– Goethe
Happy the man who lives at home, making it his business to regulate his desires.
– La Fontaine
Happy the man who, like Ulysses, has made a fine voyage, or has won the Golden Fleece, and then returns, experienced and knowledgeable, to spend the rest of his life among his family
– Joachim du Bellay
Happy the man who, like Ulysses, has made a fine voyage, or has won the Golden Fleece, and then returns, experienced and knowledgeable, to spend the rest of his life among his family!
– Joachim Du Bellay, Sonnet de Regrets
Happy the man, and happy he alone, He who can call today his own He who secure within can say Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today.
– Horace
Happy the man, and happy he alone, He, who can call to-day his own He who, secure within, can say, To-morrow do thy worst, for I have lived today.
– John Dryden
Happy the man, and happy he alone,
He, who can call to-day his own:
He who, secure within, can say,
To-morrow do thy worst, for I have lived today.

– John Dryden
Happy the people whose annals are blank in the history books
– Thomas Carlyle
Happy The price is wrong, bitch.
– Happy Gilmore
Happy You know my girlfriend is dead. She fell off a cliff and died on impact.
– Happy Gilmore
Hard roads are not opened by themselves; they are opened by some brave people!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hard winds and strong ideas have powerful muscles; they can knock you down easily!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hard work doesn't guarantee success, but improves its chances.
– B. J. Gupta
Hard work is advisable and encouraging too. But, mind you it doesn't really make anybody rich. Yes! it's God's blessing that actually makes a person rich. Hard work adds less or nothing to it (Proverbs 10 : 22).
– Emeasoba George
Hard work is the yeast that raises the dough. But it's the dough that makes the bread
– Arber Doci
Hard Work is to Success like vaccinations are to good health, if timely done.... the result is always the latter!!!!
– Siddharth Astir
Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance
– Edgar Bergen
Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?
– Charlie McCarthy (Edgar Bergen)
Hard work spotlights the character of people some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don't turn up at all.
– Sam Ewig
Harding was not a bad man, he was just a slob.
– Alice Roosevelt Longworth, from Mrs. L. Conversations with Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Hardly a competent workman can be found who does not devote a considerable amount of time to studying just how slowly he can work and still convince his employer that he is going at a good pace.
– Frederick W. Taylor
Hardly a competent workman can be found who does not devote a considerably amount of time to studying just how slowly he can work and convince his employer that he is going at a good price.
– Frederick Winslow Taylor
Hardly you can see someone on the streets of truth.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hardness shatters; strength endures.
– Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time
Hardware the parts of a computer that can be kicked.
– Jeff Pesis
Hares can gamble over the body of a dead lion.
– Publilius Syrus
Hares can gambol over the body of a dead lion.
– Publilius Syrus
Hark! here the sound of lute so sweet, And there the voice of wailing loud; Here scholars grave in conclave meet, There howls the brawling drunken crowd; Here, charming maidens full of glee, There, tottering, withered dames we see. Such light! Such shade! I cannot tell, If here we live in heaven or hell.
– Bhartrihari
Hark, a knock at the door!
– Edward Blackwell
Harriet Do you actually like haggis Charlie No, I think it's repellent in every way. In fact, I think most Scottish cuisine is based on a dare.
– So I Married an Axe Murderer
Harriet What do you look for in a woman you date Charlie Well, I know everyone always says sense of humor, but I'd really have to go with breast size.
– So I Married an Axe Murderer
Harrison Ford as the President of the United States in Air Force One is such a perfect piece of casting that it's once a fantasy and a joke The joke is how perfect the fantasy is.
– Owen Gleiberman
harry james like wet men
– falcon lover xxx
harry likes men
– falcon lover xxx
Harry Yeah I called her up, she gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her, or something, I don't know, I wasn't really paying attention.
– Dumb & Dumber
Harry, suffering like this proves you are still a man! This pain is part of being human … the fact that you can feel pain like this is your greatest strength.
– J. K. Rowling
Harry, your just jealous cuz I can get ginger pussy and you cant, so fuck you
– Isaac Hanson, you know the nerd bender
Harsh necessity, and the newness of my kingdom, force me to do such things and to guard my frontiers everywhere.
– Virgil
Harsh reproof is like a violent storm, soon washed down the channel; but friendly admonitions, like a small shower, pierce deep, and bring forth better reformation.
– R Chamberlain
Harsh words are like a boll, it doesn’t stick to the wall, but it will surely leave a mark.
– Vikrant Parsai
Harvard doesn't consider anyone a loss until he dies without a diploma, because they say he can always come back and finish.
– Manley E. Rogers
Has anybody ever seen a drama critic in the daytime? Of course not. They come out after dark, up to no good.
– P. G. Wodehouse
Has anyone supposed it lucky to be born? I hasten to inform him or her that it is just as lucky to die, and I know it.
– Walt Whitman, "Leaves of Grass"
Has not Nature proved, in giving us the strength necessary to submit them to our desires, that we have the right to do so?
– Marquis de Sade, Aline et Valcour
Has not peace honours and glories of her own unattended by the dangers of war
– Hermocrates of Syracuse
Has not peace honours and glories of her own unattended by the dangers of war?
– Hermocrates of Syracuse
Has there ever been a society which has died of dissent? Several have died of conformity in our lifetime.
– Jacob Bronowski
Hast thou not perfect excellence, ?tis best To keep thy tongue in silence, for ?tis this Which shames a man; as lightness does attest The nut is empty, nor of value is.
– Sa?di
Hasta la vista, baby
– Arnold Schwarzenegger
Haste in every business brings failures.
– Herodotus
Haste is good only in catching fleas.
– Alla Yaroshinskaya
Hate is a door with hundred locks and love is a hand with thousand keys!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hate is not a feeling toward another, but a feeling of defeat by another.
– Kristen Ashley Roth
Hate is something we do when we are afraid to love.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hate is the consequence of fear we fear something before we hate it a child who fears noises becomes a man who hates noise.
– Cyril Connolly
Hate is your enemy; you must defeat it! Anger is your enemy; you must defeat it! Violence is your enemy; you must defeat it! Death is your enemy; you must defeat it! Know well your real enemies!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hate me as much as you can, if that will make you feel good, I was raised up to love people.
– Foodi S. M.
Hate no one hate their vices, not themselves.
– J. G. C. Brainard
Hate no one, for hate is a starving beast who has just found its prey.
– Kristen Ashley Roth
Hate no one; hate their vices, not themselves.
– J. G. C. Brainard
Hate not your enemies; love thy rivals, for this is the only way to convert them into your friends and your partners!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hate pollutes the mind.
– Author Unknown
Hate the sin and love the sinner.
– Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Hate the sin, love the sinner.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Hate: return to sender; address unknown.
– Vanna Bonta
Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.
– Homer
Hath any wronged thee, be bravely revenged. Slight it, and the work?s begun; forgive it, and ?tis finished. He is below himself that is not above an injury.
– Francis Quarles
hating is a common thing which everyone feels easy than understanding..
– V V ANIL
Hating people is like burning down your house to get rid of a rat.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
Hating people is like burning down your own house to get rid of a rat.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
Hating people is like throwing stones at the tree which can’t give you any fruit.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hating the Yankees is as American as pizza pie, unwed mothers, and cheating on your income tax.
– Mike Royko, columnist
Hatred - The anger of the weak.
– Alphonse Daulet
Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule.
– Buddha
Hatred does not cease in this world by hating, but by not hating; this is an eternal truth.
– Buddha, The Dhammapada
Hatred is a boomerang which is sure to hit you harder than the one at whom you throw it.
– Author Unknown
Hatred is self-punishment. Hatred it the coward's revenge for being intimidated.
– Hosea Ballou
Hatred is the anger of the weak.
– Alphonse Daudet
Hatred is toxic waste in the river of life.
– Micron
Hatred may be engendered by good deeds as well as bad ones.
– Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince (1513)
Hatred of dishonesty generally arises from fear of being deceived.
– Marquis de Vauvenargues
Hatred of enemies is easier and more intense than love of friends. But from men who are more anxious to injure opponents than to benefit the world at large no great good is to be expected.
– Lord Bertrand Russell
Hatred paralyzes life love releases it. Hatred confuses life love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life love illumines it.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.
– Martin Luther King
Hatred/living in your/one's past is self abuse i.e. it's a habit/life style that causes damage/harm to your own self/oneself. So, desist from that.
– Emeasoba George
Hatreds are the cinders of affection.
– Walter Raleigh
Hats off to drug abusers everywhere.
– Jerry Coleman
Haughtiness is the high heel shoe of the low men!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts.
– Charles Dickens
Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tries, and a touch that never hurts.
– Charles Dickens
Have a strong mind and a soft heart.
– Anthony J. D'Angelo
have been reading the Bible a good deal lately, and if we believe in the sublime sacrifice of God the Father in sending His Son to die and rise again for us, we shall feel the Holy Spirit lighting our way, and our joy will become eternal, even if our poor human hearts and earthly minds pass through moments which seem terrible.
– Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia
Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.
– Victor Hugo
Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.
– Victor Hugo
Have hot, wild sex with a friend. Then go out and do something stupid, like bowl, afterwards.
– Perry Brass
Have I inadvertently said some evil thing
– Phocion
Have I inadvertently said some evil thing?
– Phocion, from Plutarch, Apothegms
Have love for everyone, no one is other than you.
– Ramakrishna
Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it.
– Salvador Dali
Have no fear of perfection -- you will never reach it.
– Salvador Dali
Have no fear of perfection; you'll never reach it.""Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood.
– Marie Curie
Have no fear of perfection; you'll never reach it.""Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood.
– Marie Curie
Have no fear, in being Weak. Take no pride, in being Strong.
– Crescans Master
Have no friends not equal to yourself.
– Confucius
Have not all races had their first unity from a mythology that marries them to rock and hill?
– William Butler Yeats, The Celtic Twilight, Introduction
Have patience awhile slanders are not long-lived. Truth is the child of time erelong she shall appear to vindicate thee.
– Immanuel Kant
Have patience awhile; slanders are not long-lived. Truth is the child of time; erelong she shall appear to vindicate thee.
– Immanuel Kant
Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering you own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them - every day begin the task anew.
– Saint Francis de Sales
Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them -- every day begin the task anew -
– Francis de Sales
Have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves ... Don't search for the answers, which could not be given to you now, because you would not be able to live them. And the point it, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps, then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer.
– Rainer Maria Rilke
Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.
– Saadi
Have regard for your name, since it will remain for you longer than a great store of gold.
– Ecclesiasticus
Have the courage to be ignorant of a great number of things, in order to avoid the calamity of being ignorant of everything.
– Sydney Smith
Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. It’s better to be a pirate than to join the Navy.
– Steve Jobs
Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity.
– W. Clement Stone
Have the wild things no moral or legal rights? What right has man to inflict such long and fearful agony on a fellow creature, simply because that creature does not speak his language?
– Ernest Thompson Seton
Have you been anxious of what the future or tomorrow will be or bring? If yes, then you've got to stop being anxious about your future. Because, God is too faithful to fail you or anyone else. And so, he will surely or eventually make every aspect of your life beautiful at his own time or rather in due course.
– Emeasoba George
Have you been or rather are you being bothered about your future? If yes, then you've been a worrywart or worryguts all these while. However, you've got to stop being worried about your future or tomorrow. Because, you don't have to worry about it and you don't equally need to know what the future holds for you. Rather, all you need to know is the one who holds the future right inside the palms of his hands. And, the person in question is nobody else but almighty God. Believe you me, once you acknowledge him (God almighty). Your future must surely become worthwhile. I mean, acknowledgement of God as the holder and controller of the future guarantees and leads to enviable success or future. Do remember, because he (God) lives, you can face and maximize the future ahead of you. Unless you do think otherwise.
– Emeasoba George
Have you even been in love Horrible, isn't it It makes you so vulnrable. It opens your chest and it opens your heart and it means someone can get inside you and mess you up. You build up all these defenses. You build up this whole armor, for years, so nothing can hurt you, then one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life...You give them a piece of you. They don't ask for it. They do something dumb one day like kiss you, or smile at you, and then your life isn't your own anymore. Love takes hostages. It gets inside you. It eats you out and leaves you crying in the darkness, so a simple phrase like 'maybe we should just be friends' or 'how very perceptive' turns into a glass splinter working its way into your heart. It hurts. Not just in the imagination. Not just in the mind. It's a soul-hurt, a body-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. I hate love.
– Rose Walker
Have you ever been at sea in a dense fog, when it seemed as if a tangible white darkness shut you in and the great ship, tense and anxious, groped her way toward the shore with plummet and sounding-line, and you waited with beating heart for something to happen I was like that ship before my education began, only I was without compass or sounding line, and no way of knowing how near the harbor was. 'Light Give me light' was the wordless cry of my soul, and the light of love shone on me in that very hour.
– Helen Keller
Have you ever been out for a late autumn walk in the closing part of the afternoon, and suddenly looked up to realize that the leaves have practically all gone And the sun has set and the day gone before you knew it - and with that a cold wind blows across the landscape That's retirement.
– Stephen Butler Leacock
Have you ever dated someone because you were too lazy to commit suicide?
– Judy Tenuta
Have you ever felt a desert-like lonliness, facing all the lions, hyenas and snakes of your imagination, with no weapon, no partner, nothing but silent, ugly, harmful aloe vera plants all around you? Giving up will only means death, while fighting, means death too..
– The wise Pharoah Moe
Have you ever noticed that there are people who do things which are most indelicate, and yet at the same time - beautiful?
– E. M. Forster, "A Room with a View"
Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted than when we read it in the original author
– Philip G. Hamerton
Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted than when we read it in the original author?
– Philip G. Hamerton, "The Intellectual Life"
Have you ever seen a donkey smelling a beautiful rose? Donkeys aren't interested in roses, they like thorn bushes or watermelon rinds!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Have you ever seen a pedant with a warm heart?
– Johann Kaspar Lavater
Have you ever seen an inchworm crawl up a leaf or a twig, and then, clinging to the very end, revolve in the air, feeling for something, to reach something That's like me. I am trying to find something out there beyond the place on which I have footing.
– Albert P. Ryder
Have you ever taken something out of the clothes hamper because it had become, relatively, the cleanest thing?
– Katharine Whitehorn
Have you ever used Diet Shampoo before? It's for people with Fat Heads.
– Tom Zegan
Have you got a local mind? Broaden it! Have you got an international mind? Broaden it! Have you got a universal mind? It is not enough, because there are other universes. Broaden it! Broaden your mind till you get a multi-universal mind! And yet, this is not enough too! Broaden it! Leave your village; leave your city; leave your country; leave the earth; leave the universe; leave all the universes! Don’t let your mind to cast anchor in any port! Narrow mind is the greatest enemy of the truth! The best mind is the one which has no frontiers!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Have you lost your hope? Have you remained inside the fog? Don’t worry; even if you can’t find it, a new hope will come and find you!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Have you lost your way? Don’t be sad; be happy, because you will see new places, places that you have never been to! It is magical to lose the way!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Have you not learned that not stocks or bonds or stately homes or products of mill or field are our country It is the splendid thought that is in our minds.
– Benjamin Harrison
Have you taken the decision of war? Then, you are sick! Have you participated the war? Then, you are sick! Do you produce guns? Then, you are sick! Refuse all of them and be healthy, be human, be normal, be a real man!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Having a family is like having a bowling alley installed in your brain.
– Martin Mull
Having a holiday weekend without a family member felt like putting on a sweater that had an extra arm.
– Pamela Ribon
Having a personal philosophy is like having a pet marmoset, because it may be very attractive when you acquire it, but there may be situations when it will not come in handy at all.
– Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Grimm Grotto
Having a place to go - is a home. Having someone to love - is a family. Having both - is a blessing.
– Donna Hedges
Having a sense of purpose is having a sense of self. A course to plot is a destination to hope for.
– Bryant McGill
Having a thirteen-year-old in the family is like having a general-admission ticket to the movies, radio and TV. You get to understand that the glittering new arts of our civilization are directed to the teen-agers, and by their suffrage they stand or fall.
– Max Lerner
Having been poor is no shame, but being ashamed of it, is.
– Benjamin Franklin
Having been unpopular in high school is not just cause for book publications.
– Fran Lebowitz
Having children is like having a bowling alley installed in your brain.
– Alan Bleasdale
Having children makes you no more a parent than having a piano makes you a pianist.
– Michael Levine
Having difficulties in life is nothing but only a matter of choice.
– Vikrant Parsai
Having everything in life is having nothing!  But being alive is having the dream of everything and the prospect of nothing. . 
– Stuart Mitchell
Having had to encounter single-handed during his period of eclipse many physical dangers, he was well aware of the most dangerous element common to them all: of the crushing, paralysing sense of human littleness, which is what really defeats a human struggling with natural forces, alone, far from the eyes of his fellows.
– Joseph Conrad
Having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting, it may not be logical but it is often true.
– Mr. Spock
Having leveled my palace, don't erect a hovel and complacently admire your own charity in giving me that for a home.
– Emily Brontë
Having no limitation as limitation
– Bruce Lee
Having once decided to achieve a certain task, achieve it at all costs of tedium and distaste. The gain in self-confidence of having accomplished a tiresome labor is immense.
– Arnold Bennett
Having seen and felt the end, you have willed the means to the realization of the end.
– Thomas Troward
Having so-called "blue-blood" does not automatically mean that person has class. It just means somewhere down the road someone in their family was once someone of note. It's been my experience that blue-bloods and real nobility and royalty never mix. (Or at least they do not mix well.)
– Sir Dennis Hamilton
Having something to say is overrated.
– Adair Lara
Having supplied them with names, omnipotence, justice, knowledge, Providence, - what are they?
– Author Unknown
Having the fewest wants, I am nearest to the gods.
– Socrates
Having the world's best idea will do you no good unless you act on it. People who want milk shouldn't sit on a stool in the middle of a field in hopes that a cow will back up to them.
– Curtis Grant
Having too many friends is as bad as having no friends at all.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hawaii has always been a very pivotal role in the Pacific. It is in the Pacific. It is a part of the United States that is an island that is right here.
– J Danforth Quayle
Hay is more acceptable to an ass than gold.
– Latin Proverb
hay un fuego latente dentro de todos nosotros, que está constantemente quemando con el brillo y el brillo que nos guía - todo el tiempo, y especialmente durante los momentos más oscuros de la vida. esas chispas divinas de la inteligencia, la belleza y la elegancia dentro de todos nosotros nos dan fuerza y ​​coraje para enfrentar las adversidades. en mi opinión, sobrevivimos a través de los desafíos de la vida, sobre todo porque nuestro Fuego intenso interior está quemando mucho más fuerte y brillante de los fuegos que nos están rodeando el exterior. La vida es, pues, más que un juego de luz y calor que creamos, en mi opinión, y jugamos para ganar con el enfoque y la determinación por ahuyentar el frío frío y más profunda oscuridad que nos rodea.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Hay una línea muy sutil, difusa y multa de demarcación que separa los dos mundos de un lector y un escritor. En mi opinión, el lector cruza esa línea fina y se convierte en el escritor, ya sea cuando él / ella no encuentra el material adecuado de calidad para leer, o cuando se dan cuenta de que sus experiencias vividas y profundas enriquecerán y elevar la literature del status quo . Que siempre es bueno para compartir expresarse y compartir sus experiencias y pensamientos como el escritor, no importa lo trivial que los puede haber en los ojos de los demás. Es una maravillosa manera de devolver algo valioso para la sociedad, conservar la información valiosa, y salvar lo más valioso en este mundo más incierto.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
He admits there are two sides to every question: his own and the wrong side.
– Channing Pollock
He alone is poor who does not possess knowledge.
– The Talmud
He alone is wise who can accommodate himself to all contingencies of life; but the fool contends, and struggling, like a swimmer, against the stream.
– Latin
He also serves who only stands and waits.
– John Milton
He altered the image of the Jew from that of rabbi, merchant, wanderer, to that of scientist, farmer and soldier.
– Shimon Peres
He appears to have been weened on a pickle.
– Alice Roosevelt Longfellow, about Calvin Coolidge
He attacked everything in life with a mix of extrordinary genius and naive incompetence, and it was often difficult to tell which was which.
– Douglas Adams
He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand but the hand of the diligent maketh rich.
– Book of Proverbs
He can be lethal death.
– Jerry Coleman
He can compress the most words into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met.
– Abraham Lincoln
He can feel no little wants who is in pursuit of grandeur.
– Johann Kaspar Lavater
He comes into the world God knows how, walks on the water, gets out of his grave and goes up off the Hill of Howth. What drivel is this?
– James Joyce
He confided his deepest secret to you; be always wary of his secret.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He conquers who endures.
– Persius
He delivered his dissertation about the Founding Fathers with such exactitude.
– Toma
He deserves Paradise who makes his companions laugh.
– Koran
He did not profess to anybody how to reach others without professing.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He did not waste time in a vain search for a place in history.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He does not believe, that does not live according to his belief.
– Thomas Fuller
He does not live in vain, who employs his wealth, his thought, his speech to advance the good of others.
– Hindoo Maxim
He does not possess wealth it possesses him.
– Benjamin Franklin
He does not preach what he practices till he has practiced what he preaches.
– Confucius
He doubly benefits the needy who gives quickly.
– Publilius Syrus
He draweth out the thread of his verbosity finer than the staple of his argument.
– William Shakespeare
He dreamed he was eating shredded wheat and woke up to find the mattress half gone.
– Fred Allen
He drew a circle that shut me out --
Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout.
But Love and I had the wit to win:
We drew a circle that took him in.

– Edwin Markham
He enjoys true leisure who has time to improve his soul's estate.
– Henry David Thoreau
He fell in love with himself at first sight, and it is a passion to which he has always remained faithful. Self-love seems so often unrequited.
– Anthony Powell
He felt about books as doctors feel about medicines, or managers about plays - cynical, but hopeful.
– Dame Rose Macaulay
He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.
– Douglas Adams
He fishes well who uses a golden hook.
– Latin Proverb
He for himself weaves woe who weaves for others woe, and evil counsel on the counselor recoils.
– Hesiod
He grounds the warship he walks on.
– John Bracken on Captain Barney Kelly, who ran the USS Enterprise into the mud of San Francisco Bay in May 1983
He had a big head and a face so ugly it became almost fascinating.
– Ayn Rand
He had a certain frankness and generosity, qualities indeed which turn to a man's ruin, unless tempered with discretion.
– Cornelius Tacitus
He had a heart that could have held the empire of the world; and, in the end, he had to content himself with a cellar.
– Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera
He had an answer to almost everything and he retired at an early age.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He had decided to live forever or die in the attempt.
– Joseph Heller
He had discovered a great law of human action, without knowing it - namely, that in order to make a man or a boy covet a thing, it is only necessary to make the thing difficult to obtain.
– Mark Twain
He had heard people speak contemptuously of money he wondered if they had ever tried to do without it.
– W. Somerset Maugham
He had learned over the years that poor people did not feel so poor when allowed to give occasionally.
– Lawana Blackwell
He had not an ounce of superfluous flesh on his bones, and leanness goes a great way towards gentility.
– Elizabeth Gaskell
He had occasional flashes of silence, that made his conversation perfectly delightful.
– Sydney Smith
He had so many irons in the fire that he was never able to forge any single one into a weapon with which to conquer his world.
– Curtis Dahl
He had the entertainment of thinking that if he had for that moment stopped the clock it was to promote the next minute this still livelier motion.
– Henry James, "The Ambassadors", Book Eighth, Chapter 2
He had the sort of face that makes you realize God does have a sense of humor.
– Bill Bryson
He harms himself who does harm to another, and the evil plan is most harmful to the planner.
– Hesiod
He Harris felt the loyalty we all feel to unhappiness -- the sense that that is where we really belong.
– Henry Graham Greene
He has a splendid repertoire of 500 words. Why does he insist on using only 150?
– Abba Eban
He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much.
– Bessie A. Stanley
He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.
– Winston Churchill
He has an oar in every man's boat, and a finger in every pie.
– Miguel de Cervantes
He has found his style, when he cannot do otherwise.
– Paul Klee
He has great tranquility of heart who cares neither for the praises nor the fault-finding of men.
– Honore' de Balzac
He has great tranquillity of heart who cares neither for the praises nor the fault-finding of men.
– Thomas à Kempis
He has never written a single book, so you can imagine how much he knows.
– Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest
He has no hope who never had a fear.
– William Cowper
He has not learned the lesson of life who does not every day surmount a fear.
– Gaius Julius Caesar
He has nothing, for whom nothing is enough.
– Vikrant Parsai
He has only half learned the art of reading who has not added to it the more refined art of skipping and skimming.
– Arthur Balfour
He has the deed half done who has made a beginning.
– Horace
He has the right to criticize who has the heart to help.
– Abraham Lincoln
He hasn't an enemy in the world - but all his friends hate him.
– Eddie Cantor
He hath eaten me out of house and home.
– William Shakespeare
He helps others most, who shows them how to help themselves.
– A. P. Gouthey
He hit a worm burner
– Rex Hudler
He hits from both sides of the plate. He's amphibious.
– Lawrence Peter Berra
He hoped and prayed that there wasn't an afterlife. Then he realized there was a contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn't an afterlife.
– Douglas Adams
He is a benefactor of mankind who contracts the great rules of life into short sentences, that may be easily impressed on the memory, and so recur habitually to the mind.
– Samuel Johnson
He is a drunkard who takes more than three glasses though he be not drunk.
– Epictetus
He is a fool that cannot conceal his wisdom.
– Benjamin Franklin
He is a fool who thinks that another does not think.
– Vikrant Parsai
He is a great simpleton who imagines that the chief power of wealth is to supply wants. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred it creates more wants than it supplies.
– W. Wirt
He is a hard man who is only just, and a sad one who is only wise.
– Voltaire
He is a self-made man, very much in love with his creator.
– Benjamin Disraeli
He is a teenager, after all-a strange agent with holes in his jeans, studs in his ear, a tail down his neck, a cap on his head (backward).
– Ellen Karsh
He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.
– Epictetus
He is able who thinks he is able.
– Buddha
He is as mad as a March hare.
– Miguel de Cervantes
He is every other inch a gentleman.
– Rebecca West
He is free knows how to keep in his own hands the power to decide.
– Salvador De Madriaga
He is great enough that is his own master.
– Joseph Hall
He is great who confers the most benefits.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He is happiest of whom the world says least, good or bad.
– Thomas Jefferson
He is happiest who hath power to gather wisdom from a flower.
– Mary Howitt
He is happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home.
– Johann von Goethe
He is happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home.
– Goethe
He is happy whom circumstances suit his temper; but he Is more excellent who suits his temper to any circumstance.
– David Hume
He is ill clothed that is bare of virtue.
– Benjamin Franklin
He is ill clothed, who is bare of virtue.
– Benjamin Franklin
He is indebted to his memory for his jests and to his imagination for his facts.
– Richard Brinsley Sheridan
He is most cheated who cheats himself.
– Danish Proverb
He is neither a strategist nor is he schooled in the operational arts, nor is he a tactician, nor is he a general. Other than that he's a great military man. (describing Saddam Hussein of Iraq, 1991)
– Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf
He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.
– Jim Elliot
He is not dead who departs from life with a high and noble fame; but he is dead, even while living, whose brow is branded with infamy.
– Tieck
He is not dead who departs this life with high fame; dead is he, though living, whose brow is branded with infamy.
– Tieck
He is not deemed to give consent who is under a mistake.
– Unknown
He is not drowning His sheep when He washeth them, nor killing them when He is shearing them. But by this He showeth that they are His own and the newshorn sheep do most visibly bear His name or mark, when it is almost worn out and scarce discernible on them that have the longest fleece.
– Richard Baxter
He is not great who is not greatly good.
– William Shakespeare
He is not laughed at who laughs at himself first.
– Thomas Fuller
He is not of us who is not affectionate to the little ones, and does not respect the old; and he is not of us, who does not order which is lawful, and prohibits that which is unlawful.
– Prophet Mohammed, ibn abbas
He is not only dull himself, but the cause of dullness in others.
– Samuel Foote
He is one of those people who would be enormously improved by death.
– Hector Hugh Munro
He is one of those peple who would be enormously improved by death
– H.H. Munro (Saki)
He is one of those wise philanthropists who, in a time of famine, would vote for nothing, but a supply of toothpicks.
– Douglas William Jerrold
He is rich enough that wants nothing.
– Polish Proverb
He is rich who owes nothing.
– French Proverb
He is rich who owns the day, and no one owns the day who allows it to be invated by worry, fret and anxiety.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature.
– Socrates
He is richest who is content with the least.
– Socrates
He is the best teacher who makes his pupil suffer the most.
– Vikrant Parsai
He is the better equipped for life. As for swimming, who has the less to carry.
– Apuleius
He is the purest figure in history. -- About George Washington
– William Ewart Gladstone
He is the very pineapple of politeness!
– Richard Brinsley Sheridan
he is very awesome.
– Oscar Vandy-Connor
He is winding the watch of his wit by and by it will strike.
– William Shakespeare
He is winding the watch of his wit; by and by it will strike.
– William Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act II scene 1
He knew the things that were and the things that would be and the things that had been before.
– Homer
He knows all about art, but he doesn't know what he likes.
– James Thurber
He knows not his own strength that hath not met adversity.
– Ben Jonson
He knows nothing and he thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.
– George Bernard Shaw
He knows nothing; and he thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.
– George Bernard Shaw, Major Barbara (1907) act 3
He liked to go from A to B without inventing letters between.
– John McPhee
He listens well who takes notes.
– Dante Alighieri
He lives not long who battles with the immortals, nor do his children prattle about his knees when he has come back from battle and the dread fray.
– Homer
He looked about as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel food.
– Raymond Chandler
He loved humankind dearly and with all his heart, but he disliked most human beings.
– David Guterson, Snow Falling on Cedars
He made the city [Athens], great as it was when he took it, the greatest and richest of all cities, and grew to be superior in power to kings and tyrants. Some of these actually appointed him guardian of their sons, but he did not make his estate a single drachma greater than it was when his father left it to him.
– Plutarch
He marries best who puts it off until it is too late.
– H. L. Mencken
He means well" is useless unless he does well.
– Plautus
He might never really do what he said, but at least he had it in mind. He had somewhere to go.
– Louis L'Amour
He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle to steady his fellow countrymen and hearten those Europeans upon whom the long dark night of tyranny had descended.
– Edward R. Murrow, On Winston Churchill, 1954
He must be very ignorant for he answers every question he is asked.
– Voltaire
He must have killed a lot of men to have made so much money.
– Molière
He must have known me if he had seen me as he was wont to see me, for he was in the habit of flogging me constantly. Perhaps he did not recognize me by my face.
– Anthony Trollope
He must not laugh at his own wheeze. A snuff box has no right to sneeze.
– Dave Preston
He must pull out his own eyes, and see no creature, before he can say, he sees no God; He must be no man, and quench his reasonable soul, before he can say to himself, there is no God.
– John Donne
He never is alone that is accompanied with noble thoughts.
– Fletcher
He not busy being born is busy dying.
– Bob Dylan
He not only overflowed with learning, he stood in the slop.
– Sydney Smith
He of whom many are afraid ought to fear many.
– Francis Bacon
He only does not live in vain Who all the means within his reach Employs?his wealth, his thought, his speech? T?advance the weal of other men.
– Sanskrit Proverb
He only employs his passion who can make no use of his reason.
– Cicero
He only is exempt from failures who makes no efforts.
– Richard Whately
He only profits from praise who values criticism.
– Heinrich Heine
He plants trees to benefit another generation.
– Caecilius Statius
He played the king as if afraid someone else would play the ace.
– John Mason Brown
He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small For the dear God who loveth us, He made and loveth all.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
He preaches well that lives well.
– Miguel de Cervantes
He profits most who serves best.
– Arthur F. Sheldon
He removes the greatest ornament of friendship, who takes away from it respect.
– Cicero
He restored the Bible to its people, he restored the people to the Bible.
– Shimon Peres
He said not 'Thou shalt not be tempested, thou shalt not be travailed, thou shalt not be dis-eased' but he said, 'Thou shalt not be overcome.'
– Juliana of Norwich
He said that there was one only good, namely, knowledge and one only evil, namely, ignorance.
– Laertius Diogenes
He said true things, but called them by wrong names.
– Elizabeth Barrett Browning
He saw a lawyer killing a viper On a dunghill hard, by his own stable And the devil smiled, for it put him in mind Of Cain and his brother, Abel.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
He saw that it was an ironical thing for him to be running thus toward that which he had been at such pains to avoid. But he said, in substance, to himself that if the earth and the moon were about to clash, many people would doubtless plan to get upon the roofs to witness the collision.
– Stephen Crane, The Red Badge of Courage, chapter 8
He says gods like to see an atheist around. Gives them something to aim at.
– Terry Pratchett, Small Gods
He shall separate himself from wine and strong drink, and shall drink no vinegar of wine, or vinegar of strong drink, neither shall he drink any liquor of grapes, nor eat moist grapes, or dried.
– Numbers 63 Bible Hebrew
He should not vow to walk in the dark, who has not seen the nightfall.
– J. R. R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, spoken by Elrond
He speaks to Me as if I was a public meeting.
– Queen Victoria
He spends his life explaining from his pulpit that the glory of Christianity consists in the fact that though it is not true it has been found necessary to invent it.
– Saki
He stands erect by bending over the fallen. He rises by lifting others.
– Robert G. Ingersoll
He talked with more claret than clarity.
– Susan Ertz
He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own.
– Aesop
He that blows the coals in quarrels that he has nothing to do with, has no right to complain if the sparks fly in his face
– Benjamin Franklin
He that boasts of his own knowledge proclaims his ignorance
– Author Unknown
He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom.
– J. R.R. Tolkien, Spoken by Gandalf
He that can have patience can have what he will.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that can heroically endure adversity will bear prosperity with equal greatest of the soul; for the mind that cannot be dejected by the former is not likely to be transported without the latter.
– Henry Fielding
He that can heroically endure adversity will bear prosperity with equal greatness of the soul; for the mind that cannot be dejected by the former is not likely to be transported without the latter.
– Henry Fielding
He that can live alone resembles the brute beast in nothing, the sage in much, and God in everything.
– Baltasar Gracian
He that can't endure the bad, will not live to see the good.
– Jewish Proverb
He that cannot decidedly say, "No," when tempted to evil, is on the highway to ruin. He loses the respect even of those who would tempt him, and becomes but the pliant tool and victim of their evil designs.
– J. Hawes
He that cannot forgive others, breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass if he would ever reach heaven; for everyone has need to be forgiven.
– Lord Herbert
He that cannot reason is a fool. He that will not is a bigot. He that dare not is a slave.
– Andrew Carnegie
He that climbs the tall tree has won right to the fruit.
– Sir Walter Scott
He that commends me to mine own content
Commends me to the thing I cannot get.

– William Shakespeare, A Comedy of Errors
He that dies a martyr proves that he was not a knave, but by no means that he was not a fool.
– Charles Caleb Colton
He that dies pays all debts.
– William Shakespeare, "The Tempest", Act 3 scene 2
He that does not ask will never get a bargain.
– French Proverb
He that embarks on the voyage of life will always wish to advance rather by the impulse of the wind than the strokes of the oar; and many foulder in their passage; while they lie waiting for the gale.
– Johnson
He that fails in his endeavors after wealth or power will not long retain either honesty or courage.
– Samuel Johnson
He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that falls into sin is a man; that grieves at it, is a saint; that boasteth of it, is a devil.
– Thomas Fuller
He that fears your presence will hate you absence.
– Thomas Fuller
He that first cries out stop thief, is often he that has stolen the treasure.
– William Congreve
He that gives should never remember, he that receives should never forget.
– The Talmud
He that has acquired learning and nor practised what he has learnt, is like a man who ploughs but sows no seed.
– Saadi, On the Duties of Society
He that has done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that has given today may, if he so please, take away tomorrow.
– Horace
He that has no charity deserves no mercy.
– English Proverb
He that has not religion to govern his morality, is not a dram better than my mastiff-dog; so long as you stroke him, and please him, and do not pinch him, he will play with you as finely as may be, he is a very good moral mastiff; but if you hurt him, he will fly in your face, and tear out your throat.
– John Selden
He that has one eye is a prince among those that have none.
– Thomas Fuller
He that holds fast the golden mean, And lives contentedly between The little and the great, Feels not the want that pinch the poor, Nor plagues that haunt the rich man's door.
– William Cowper
He that holds fast the golden mean, And lives contentedly between The little and the great, Feels not the wants that pinch the poor, Nor plagues that haunt the rich man?s door, Embittering all his state.
– Horace
He that is ambitious of fame destroys it. He that increaseth not his knowledge diminishes it. He that uses the crown of learning as an instrument of gain will pass away.
– The Talmud
He that is busy is tempted by but one devil; he that is idle, by a legion.
– Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732
He that is cruel to his own will not be cruel to others.
– Vikrant Parsai
He that is down can fall no lower.
– Samuel Butler
He that is giddy thinks the world turns round.
– William Shakespeare, Taming of the Shrew
He that is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything else.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that is kind is free, though he is a slave; he that is evil is a slave, though he be a king.
– Augustine of Hippo
He that is not open to conviction, is not qualified for discussion.
– Richard Whately
He that is of a merry heart hasth a continual feast.
– Biblical Proverb
He that is of the opinion money will do everything may well be suspected of doing everything for money.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that is proud of riches is a fool. For if he is exalted above his neighbors because he has more gold, how much inferior is he to a gold mine.
– Jeremy Taylor
He that is rich will not be called a fool.
– Vikrant Parsai
He that is robb'd, not wanting what is stolen, Let him not know 't, and he's not robb'd at all.
– William Shakespeare
He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.
– Book of Proverbs
He that is soon angry dealeth foolishly...
– Book of Proverbs
He that jokes confesses.
– Italian Proverb
He that knows himself, knows others and he that is ignorant of himself, could not write a very profound lecture on other men's heads.
– Charles Caleb Colton
He that lies down with dogs, shall rise up with fleas.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that lives in a glass house must not throw stones.
– English Proverb
He that lives on hope will die fasting.
– American Proverb
He that lives upon hope will die fasting.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that loves the law will get his fill of it.
– Scottish Proverb
He that loveth a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counsellor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter.
– Dr. Isaac Barrow
He that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent.
– Biblical Proverb
He that never changes his opinions, never corrects his mistakes, will never be wiser on the morrow than he is today.
– Tryon Edwards
He that plants trees loves others beside himself.
– Thomas Fuller
He that plants trees loves others besides himself.
– English Proverb
He that promises most will perform least.
– Gaelic Proverb
He that rectifies a crooked stick bends it the contrary way, so must he that would reform a vice learn to affect its mere contrary, and in time he shall see the springing blossoms of a happy restoration.
– R Chamberlain
He that respects himself is safe from others. He wears a coat of mail that none can pierce.
– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
He that seeks trouble never misses.
– French Proverb
He that speaketh against his own reason speaks against his own conscience, and therefore it is certain that no man serves God with a good conscience who serves him against his reason.
– Jeremy Taylor
He that thinks himself the wisest is generally the least so.
– Charles Caleb Colton
He that visits the sick in hopes of a legacy, but is never so friendly in all other cases, I look upon him as being no better than a raven that watches a weak sheep only to peck out its eyes.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
He that will be angry for anything will be angry for nothing.
– Sallust
He that will believe only what he can fully comprehend must have a long head or a very short creed.
– C. C. Colton
He that will give himself to all manner of ways to get money may be rich; so he that lets fly all he knows or thinks may by chance be satirically witty. Honesty sometimes keeps a man from growing rich, and civility from being witty.
– John Selden
He that will learn to pray, let him go to sea.
– George Herbert
He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils for time is the greatest innovator.
– Francis Bacon
He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils; for time is the greatest innovator.
– Sir Francis Bacon
He that will not sail till all dangers are over must never put to sea.
– Thomas Fuller
He that would be a leader must be a bridge.
– Welsh Proverb
He that would build lastingly must lay his foundation low. The proud man, like the early shoots of a new-felled coppice, thrusts out full of sap, green in leaves, and fresh in colour, but bruises and breaks with every wind, is nipped with every little cold, and, being top-heavy, is wholly unfit for use. Whereas the humble man retains it in the root, can abide the winter?s killing blast, the ruffling concussions of the wind, and can endure far more than that which appears so flourishing.
– Feltham
He that would live in peace and at ease, must not speak all he knows nor judge all he sees.
– Benjamin Franklin
He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.
– Thomas Paine
He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.
– Thomas Paine
He that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist in our helper.
– Edmund Burke
He then learns that in going down into the secrets of his own mind he has descended into the secrets of all minds.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He thought others were small; that was his greatness.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He took his key. It turned in the lock to the sounds of Aeolian music. A door opened upon slow hinges, and disclosed a winding stair within. The key vanished from his fingers. Tangle went up. Mossy followed. The door closed behind them. They climbed out of the earth; and, still climbing, rose above it. They were in the rainbow. Far abroad, over ocean and land, they could see through ours transparent walls the earth beneath their get. Stairs beside stairs wound up together, and beautiful beings of all ages climbed along with them. They knew that they were going up to the country whence the shadows fall And by this time I think they must have got there.
– George Mac Donald
He travels safe and not unpleasantly who is guarded by poverty and guided by love.
– Sir P Sidney
He tries to find the exit from himself but there is no door.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He turns all of his injuries into strengths, that which does not kill him makes him stronger, he is superman.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
He types his labored column -- weary drudge! Senile fudge and solemn: spare, editor, to condemn these dry leaves of his autumn.
– Robertson Davies
He used to say that it was better to have one friend of great value than many friends who were good for nothing.
– Laertius Diogenes
He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lampposts -- for support rather than for illumination.
– Andrew Lang
He waited for the mask to drop off, but at the same time he did not question her right to wear it.
– F. Scott Fitzgerald
He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.
– Jonathan Swift
He was a cowboy, mister, and he loved the land. He loved it so much he made a woman out of dirt and married her. But when he kissed her, she disintegrated. Later, at the funeral, when the preacher said, 'Dust to dust,' some people laughed, and the cowboy shot them. At his hanging, he told the others, 'I'll be waiting for you in heaven---with a gun.'
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
He was a genius - that is to say, a man who does superlatively and without obvious effort something that most people cannot do by the uttermost exertion of their abilities.
– Robertson Davies
He was a man, take him for all in all,
I shall not look upon his like again.

– William Shakespeare, "Hamlet", Act 1 scene 2
He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again.
– William Shakespeare
He was a true friend, he stabbed me in the front.
– Unknown
He was a wise man who invented God.
– Plato
He was a wise man who originated the idea of God.
– Euripides
He was an old sock and she was a glass slipper
– William Parsons
He was as fresh as is the month of May.
– Chaucer
He was born an Englishman and remained one for years.
– Brendan Behan
He was born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad,
– Rafael Sabatini
He was burned, so he ran into the bamboo grove, but the grove caught fire.
– Punjabi proverb, Translated by Gurinder Singh Mann
He was guilty of nothing, except that he earned his own fortune and never forgot that it was his.
– Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
He was my friend, faithful, and just to meBut Brutus says, he was ambitious,And Brutus is an honorable man.He hath brought many captives home to Rome,Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill.Did this in Caesar seem ambitiousWhen the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept.Ambition should me made of sterner stuff,Yet Brutus says, he was ambitiousAnd Brutus is an honorable man.
– William Shakespeare
He was one of those men who possess almost every gift, except the gift of the power to use them.
– Charles Kingsley
He was so benevolent, so merciful a man that, in his mistaken passion, he would have held an umbrella over a duck in a shower of rain.
– Douglas William Jerrold
He was so learned that he could name a horse in nine languages so ignorant that he bought a cow to ride on.
– Benjamin Franklin
He was so narrow-minded he could see through a keyhole with two eyes.
– Black Elk
He was so poor that he couldn’t afford a funeral that’s why he is still alive.
– Vikrant Parsai
He was then in his fifty-fourth year, when even in the case of poets reason and passion begin to discuss a peace treaty and usually conclude it not very long afterwards.
– G. C. Lichtenberg
he was way too low
– Gilbert Dolwick
He was, first and last, the born fighter, to whom the consciousness of being matched against a great adversary suffices and who can dispense with success. Life for him was an adventure, perilous indeed, but men are not made for safe havens. The fullness of life is in the hazards of life. And, at the worst, there is that in us which can turn defeat into victory.
– Edith Hamilton
He wears his faith but as the fashion of his hat.
– William Shakespeare
He who allows himself to be insulted, deserves to be.
– Pierre Corneille
He who angers you conquers you.
– Elizabeth Kenny
He who ashamed of his poverty would be equally proud of his wealth.
– Author Unknown
He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever.
– Chinese Proverb
He who asks a question may be a fool for five minutes, but he who never asks a question remains a fool forever.
– Tom J. Connelly
He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever.
– Chinese proverb
He who awaits much can expect little.
– Gabriel García Márquez
He who awakens is conscious in Dreamland.
– Luke Simmons
He who begins by loving Christianity better than truth will proceed by loving his own sect or church better than Christianity, and end in loving himself better than all.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
He who begins many things finishes but few.
– Italian Proverb
He who believes in the fate accepts the collar in his neck!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who believes in the words of a dictator is the king of the fools!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who bestows his goods upon the poor shall have as much again, and ten times more.
– John Bunyan
He who binds to himself a joy Does the winged life destroy But he who kisses the joy as it flies Lives in eternity's sun rise.
– William Blake
He who blinded by ambition, raises himself to a position whence he cannot mount higher, must thereafter fall with the greatest loss.
– Niccolo Machiavelli
He who boasts of his ancestry is praising the deeds of another.
– Seneca
He who boasts of his ancestry praises the merits of another. - Hercules Furens
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
He who borrows will have to pay again with shame or loss.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who builds a better mousetrap these days runs into material shortages, patent-infringement suits, work stoppages, collusive bidding, discount discrimination--and taxes.
– H. E. Martz
He who builds a better mousetrap these days runs into material shortages, patent-infringement suits, work stoppages, collusive bidding, discount discrimination--and taxes."
– H. E. Martz
He who can feel ashamed will not readily do wrong.
– The Talmud
He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead his eyes are closed.
– Albert Einstein
He who can suppress a moment's anger may prevent a day of sorrow.
– Tryon Edwards
He who can't endure the bad will not live to see the good.
– Yiddish Proverb
He who can, does. He who cannot teaches.
– George Bernard Shaw
He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.
– George Bernard Shaw
He who cannot agree with his enemies is controlled by them.
– Chinese Proverb
He who cannot be a good follower cannot be a good leader.
– Aristotle
He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass.
– George Herbert
He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must pass himself.
– George Herbert
He who cannot limit himself will never know how to write.
– Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux
He who cannot rest, cannot work he who cannot let go, cannot hold on he who cannot find footing, cannot go forward.
– Richard Willard Armour
He who carries out one good deed acquires one advocate in his own behalf, and he who commits one transgression acquires one accuser against himself. Repentance and good works are like a shield against calamity.
– The Talmud
He who carries the word “no” with him will never be poor even when he is old.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who ceases to learn cannot adequately teach.
– Unknown
He who challenges the God in his dying bed is indisputably the most courageous man, but not the cleverest one!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who cherishes the values of culture cannot fail to be a pacifist.
– Albert Einstein
He who chooses the beginning of a road chooses the place it leads to. It is the means that determine the end.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
He who chooses the beginning of the road chooses the place it leads to. It is the means that determines the end.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
He who comes first, eats first. Familiar as First come first served.
– Eike von Repkow
He who comes first, eats first. [Familiar as: First come first served.]
– Eike von Repkow
He who comes to a conclusion when the other side is unheard, may have been just in his conclusion, but yet has not been just in his conduct.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
He who confers a favor should at once forget it, if he is not to show a sordid ungenerous spirit. To remind a man of a kindness conferred and to talk of it, is little different from reproach.
– Demosthenes
He who conquers others is strong He who conquers himself is mighty.
– Lao Tzu
He who consistently plans each day will journey successfully through all of life's years.
– Drew Eric Whitman
He who controls the past commands the future. He who commands the future conquers the past.
– George Orwell
He who controls the past controls the future.
– George Orwell, "Nineteen Eighty-Four"
He who demands mercy and shows none burns the bridges over which he himself must later pass.
– Thomas Adams
He who desires is always poor.
– Claudianus
He who desires nothing, hopes for nothing, and is afraid of nothing, cannot be an artist.
– Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
He who desires, but acts not, breeds pestilence.
– William Blake
He who despairs over an event is a coward, but he who holds hope for the human condition is a fool.
– Albert Camus
He who despises himself esteems himself as a self-despiser.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
He who despises himself nevertheless esteems himself as a self-despiser.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
He who devises evil for another falls at last into his own pit, and the most cunning finds himself caught by what he had prepared for another. But virtue without guile, erect like the lofty palm, rises with greater vigour when it is oppressed.
– Metastasio
He who dies a thousand deaths meets the final hour with the calmness of one who approaches a well remembered door.
– Heywood Brown
He who dies with the most toys is, nonetheless, still dead.
– Anonymous
He who divides and shares is left with the best share.
– Mexican Proverb
He who does good and throw it in the Nile will be rewarded by God in the desert.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who does not attempt to make peace When small discords arise, Is like the bee's hive which leaks drops of honey Soon, the whole hive collapses.
– Siddha Nagarjuna
He who does not bellow the truth when he knows the truth makes himself the accomplice of liars and forgers.
– Charles Peguy
He who does not care for Heaven but is contented where he is, is already in Heaven.
– H Hahn Blavatsky
He who does not desire power is fit to hold it.
– Plato
He who does not have the church as his mother does not have God as his Father.
– Saint Augustine
He who does not have the courage to speak up for his rights cannot earn the respect of others.
– Ren G. Torres
He who does not hope to win has already lost.
– Jose Joaquin de Olmedo
He who does not know how to be silent will not know how to speak.
– Ausonius
He who does not know how to walk cannot climb a ladder.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who does not think too much of himself is much more esteemed than he imagines.
– Goethe
He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words.
– Elbert Hubbard
He who does not venture has no luck.
– Mexican Proverb
He who does not walk against the arrows cannot talk about the strength of his shield!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who does without the praise of the crowd will not deny himself an opportunity to be his own adherent.
– Karl Kraus
He who doesn't go to temple in bad weather will go to hell when it is fair.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who doesn't know and doesn"t know that he doesn't know doesn"t know that he is a fool the man who never makes a single mistake is the man who never tries
– itsekor damilola
He who doesn't risk never gets to drink champagne.
– Assyrian Proverb
He who doesn’t know what life is knows nothing.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who endeavors to serve, to benefit, and improve the world, is like a swimmer, who struggles against a rapid current, in a river lashed into angry waves by the winds. Often they roar over his head, often they beat him back and baffle him. Most men yield to the stress of the current... Only here and there the stout, strong heart and vigorous arms struggle on toward ultimate success.
– Albert Pike
He who establishes his argument by noise and command shows that his reason is weak.
– Michel de Montaigne
He who establishes his argument by noise and command, shows that his reason is weak.
– Michel de Montaigne
He who esteems trifles for themselves is a trifler; he who esteems them for the conclusions to be drawn from them, or the advantage to which they can be put, is a philosopher.
– Edward Bulwer-Lytton
He who every morning plans the transaction of the day and follows out that plan, carries a thread that will guide him through the maze of the most busy life. But where no plan is laid, where the disposal of time is surrendered merely to the chance of incidence, chaos will soon reign.
– Victor Hugo
He who exercises government by means of his virtue may be compared to the north polar star, which keeps its place and all the stars turn towards it.
– Confucius
He who explains things to an intelligent person need not tire himself out talking.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who fails to question is asking for trouble.
– Paul Aubuchon
He who falls in love with himself, will have no rivals.
– Ben Franklin
He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat.
– Napoleon
He who fears he will suffer, already suffers because of his fear.
– Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
He who fears something gives it power over him.
– Moorish Proverb
He who fears the Lord, has nothing to fear.
– Jacqueline Job
He who feels no compassion will become insane.
– Hasidic Saying
He who fights monsters should look into it that he himself does not become a monster. When you gaze long into the Abyss, the Abyss also gazes into you.
– Friedrich Neitzsche
He who fights too long against dragons becomes a dragon himself; and if you gaze too long into the abyss, the abyss will gaze into you.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
He who finds Fortune on his side should go briskly ahead, for she is wont to favor the bold.
– Baltasar Gracian
He who flees will fight again...
– Tertullian
He who formerly was reckless and afterwards became sober brightens up this world like the moon when freed from clouds.
– The Dhammapada
He who frees a bird from its cage is surely a holy person!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who gives what he would as readily throw away, gives without generosity; for the essence of generosity is in self sacrifice.
– Henry Taylor
He who goes unenvied shall not be admired.
– Aeschylus
He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare, And he who has one enemy will meet him everywhere.
– Ali ibn-Abi-Talib
He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare,
And he who has one enemy will meet him everywhere.

– Ali ibn-Abi-Talib, A Hundred Sayings
He who has a thousand friendsHas not a friend to spare,While he who has one enemyShall meet him everywhere.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He who has achieved success has worked well, laughed often and loved much.
– Elbert Hubbard
He who has an opinion of his own, but depends on the opinion and tastes of others is a slave.
– Klopstock
He who has been bitten by a snake fears a piece of string.
– Persian Proverb
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise begin
– Horace
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin!
– Horace, Epistles
He who has done his best for his own time has lived for all times.
– Johann von Schiller
He who has done his best for his own time has lived for all times.
– Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller
He who has given satisfaction to the best of his time has lived for ages.
– Schiller
He who has gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man.
– Antoine De Saint-Exupery
He who has great power should use it lightly.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
He who has health has hope and he who has hope, has everything.
– Arab Proverb
He who has injured thee was either stronger or weaker than thee. If weaker, spare him if stronger, spare thyself.
– William Shakespeare
He who has injured thee was either stronger or weaker than thee. If weaker, spare him; if stronger, spare thyself.
– William Shakespeare
He who has injured thee was stronger or weaker than thee. If weaker, spare him if stronger, spare thyself.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
He who has lost honor can lose nothing more.
– Publilius Syrus
He who has more learning than goodness is like a tree with many branches and few roots, which the first wind throws down; whilst he whose works are greater than his knowledge is like a tree with many roots and fewer branches, which all the winds of heaven cannot uproot.
– The Talmud
He who has never envied the vegetable has missed the human drama.
– E.M. Cioran
He who has never failed somewhere. . . that man can not be great.
– Herman Melville
He who has never hoped can never despair.
– George Bernard Shaw
He who has no house of his own is everywhere at home.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who has no shame before the world has no fear before God.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who has not a good memory should never take upon himself the trade of lying.
– Michel de Montaigne
He who has not Christmas in his heart will never meet an angel.
– Sir Kristian Goldmund Aumann
He who has not first laid his foundations may be able with great ability to lay them afterwards, but they will be laid with trouble to the architect and danger to the building.
– Niccolo Machiavelli
He who has not looked on Sorrow will never see Joy.
– Kahlil Gibran
He who has nothing and wants something is less frustrated than he who has something and wants more.
– Eric Hoffer, True Believer or Theory of leisure class
He who has nothing to die for has nothing to live for.
– Moroccan Proverb
He who has spent billions on churches, on mosques and on every kind of sanctuaries is guilty of not giving that money to the science! The path of sanctuary does not lead to God; the path of the faith does not lead to God; only the path of science leads to God! The bridge between man and the unknown God is not worshipping but it is science, only the science!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who has the pepper may season as he lists.
– George Herbert
He who has wealth has friends; he who has wealth has relations; he who has wealth is a hero among the people; he who has wealth is even a sage.
– The Hitopadesa
He who hasn't hacked assemply language as a youth has no heart. He who does as an adult has no brain.
– John Moore
He who hesitates is a damned fool.
– Mae West
He who hesitates is not only lost, but miles from the next exit.
– Unknown
He who hesitates is sometimes saved.
– James Thurber
He who hurries can not walk with dignity.
– Chinese Proverb
He who ignores discipline despises himself, but whoever heeds correction gains understanding.
– Book of Proverbs
He who influences the thought of his times influences the times that follow.
– Elbert Hubbard
He who is a slave to his stomach seldom worships God.
– Saadi
He who is accustomed to evil is offended by good.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is afraid to ask is ashamed of learning.
– Danish proverb
He who is afraid to die, has already died.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is always his own counselor will often have a fool for his client.
– Hunter
He who is calm disturbs neither himself nor others.
– Epicurus
He who is caught in a lie is not believed when he tells the truth.
– Spanish Proverb
He who is drowned is not troubled by the rain.
– Chinese Proverb
He who is dying of hunger must be fed rather than taught.
– Saint Thomas Aquinas
He who is everybody’s friend is either very poor or very rich.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is everywhere is nowhere except God.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is full of faith and modesty, who shrinks from sin, and is full of learning, who is diligent, unremiss, and full of understanding?he, being replete with these seven things, is esteemed a wise man.
– Burmese Proverb
He who is greedy is disgraced; he who discloses his hardship will always be humiliated; he who has no control over his tongue will often have to face discomfort.
– Hazrat Ali Ibn-e- Abi Talib, Nahj-ul-Balagha (Sermon and sayings compilation)
He who is honest rarely trusts anybody but who is not, trusts everybody.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is in love is wise and is becoming wiser, sees newly every time he looks at the object beloved, drawing from it with his eyes and his mind those virtues which it possesses.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He who is in love with himself has at least this advantage he won't encounter many rivals.
– G. C. Lichtenberg
He who is in the habit of sitting in the shade will not take an axe to the tree.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is neither afraid of the wolves nor hurts the lambs, He is called a great man!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who is not aware of his ignorance will only be misled by his knowledge.
– Richard Whatley
He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have.
– Socrates
He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.
– Muhammad Ali
He who is not everyday conquering some fear has not learned the secret of life.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
He who is not grateful for the good things he has won’t be happy with the things he wishes he had.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who is not impatient is not in love.
– Italian Proverb
He who is not very strong in memory should not meddle with lying.
– Michel de Montaigne
He who is of a calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age, but to him who is of an opposite disposition youth and age are equally a burden.
– Plato
He who is of calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age, but to him who is of an opposite disposition youth and age are equally a burden.
– Plato
He who is only just is cruel. Who on earth could live were all judged justly
– George Gordon Byron
He who is outside his door already has a hard part of his journey behind him.
– Dutch Proverb
He who is slowest in making a promise is most faithful in its performance.
– Jean Jacques Rousseau
He who is sorrowful can force himself to smile, but he who is glad cannot weep.
– Selma Lagerloef
He who is strung doesn’t need a tongue.
– Volodymyr Knyr
He who is taught to live upon little owes more to his father's wisdom than he who has a great deal left him does to his father's care.
– William Penn
He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god.
– Aristotle
He who joyfully marches in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would suffice.
– Albert Einstein
He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would fully suffice. This disgrace to civilization should be done away with at once. Heroism at command, senseless brutality, and all the loathsome nonsense that goes by the name of patriotism, how violently I hate all this, how despicable and ignoble war is I would rather be torn to shreds than be part of so base an action It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder.
– Albert Einstein
He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would fully suffice. This disgrace to civilization should be done away with at once. Heroism at command, senseless brutality, deplorable patriotism, how violently I hate all this, how despicable and ignoble war is; I would rather be torn to shreds than be part of so base an action! It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder.
– Albert Einstein
He who joyfully marches to music rank and file, has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would surely suffice. This disgrace to civilization should be done away with at once. Heroism at command, how violently I hate all this, how despicable and ignoble war is; I would rather be torn to shreds than be a part of so base an action. It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder.
– Albert Einstein
He who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, but he who destroys a good book kills reason itself.
– John Milton
He who knoweth the precepts by heart, but faileth to practice them, Is like unto one who lighteth a lamp and then shutteth his eyes.
– Siddha Nagarjuna
He who knows does not speak. He who speaks does not know.
– Lao Tzu
He who knows does not speak.
He who speaks does not know.

– Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu
He who knows enough is enough will always have enough.
– Lao Tzu
He who knows he is a fool is not the biggest fool He who knows he is confused is not in the worst confusion.
– Chuang-tzu
He who knows how to beg can always leave his money at home.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows how to live, knows more than enough.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows little quickly tells it.
– Italian Proverb
He who knows more is more responsible.
– Alireza Salehi Nejad
He who knows no hardships will know no hardihood. He who faces no calamity will need no courage. Mysterious though it is, the characteristics in human nature which we love best grow in a soil with a strong mixture of troubles.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
He who knows not when he has enough, is poor.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows nothing doubts nothing.
– Italian Proverb
He who knows nothing is as blind as him who cannot see.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows other men is discerning; he who knows himself is intelligent...
– Laozi
He who knows others is wise.He who knows himself is enlightened.
– Lao Tzu
He who knows others is wise;
He who know himself is enlightened.

– Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu
He who knows quotations can overcome any type of difficulty in life.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough.
– Lao-Tzu
He who knows that he doesn't know, knows what he needs to know.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who knows the surface of the earth and the topography of a country only through the examination of maps..is like a man who learns the opera of Meyerbeer or Rossini by reading only reviews in the newspapers. The brush of landscape artists Lorrain, Ruysdael, or Calame can reproduce on canvas the sun's ray, the coolness of the heavens, the green of the fields, the majesty of the mountains...but what can never be stolen from Nature is that vivid impression that she alone can and knows how to impart--the music of the birds, the movement of the trees, the aroma peculiar to the place--the inexplicable something the traveller feels that cannot be defined and which seems to awaken in him distant memories of happy days, sorrows and joys gone by, never to return!
– Dr. Jose P. Rizal
He who knows, knows. He who doesn’t know, learns.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who labors diligently need never despair for all things are accomplished by diligence and labor.
– Menander
He who labors diligently need never despair; for all things are accomplished by diligence and labor.
– Menander
He who labours diligently need never despair. We can accomplish every thing by diligence and labour.
– Menander
He who laughs and loves is always rich; he who sulks and hates is always poor!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who laughs has not yet heard the bad news.
– Bertolt Brecht
He who laughs last is generally the last to get the joke.
– Terry Cohen
He who laughs, lasts
– Mary Pettibone Poole
He who laughs, lasts!
– Mary Pettibone Poole
He who learns but does not think, is lost He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.
– Confucius
He who learns but does not think, is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.
– Confucius
He who learns must suffer. And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.
– Aeschylus
He who leaves a good name does not die poor.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who leaves and then returns will have a good trip.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who lets the world, or his own portion of it, choose his plan of life for him, has no need of any other faculty than the ape-like one of imitation. He who chooses his plan for himself, employs all his faculties. He must use observation to see, reasoning and judgment to foresee, activity to gather materials for decision, discrimination to decide, and when he has decided, firmness and self-control to hold to his deliberate decision.
– John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, 1859
He who limps is still walking.
– Stanislaw Lec
He who limps still walks.
– Stanislaw Lec
He who lives by the sword, will eventually be wiped out by some bastard with a sawn off shotgun
– Steady Eddy
He who lives in solitude may make his own laws.
– Publilius Syrus
He who lives without folly is not so wise as he imagines.
– Francois De La Rochefoucauld
He who lives without folly isn't so wise as he thinks.
– Francois de La Rochefoucauld
He who loses faith, loses all.
– Unknown
He who loses money losses much. He who loses a friend loses more. But he who loses faith loses all.
– Henry H. Haskins
He who loves 50 people has 50 woes he who loves no one has no woes.
– Buddha
He who loves a dictator is much more dangerous than the dictator himself.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who loves God cannot endeavor that God should love him in return.
– Baruch Spinoza, The Ethics
He who loves the world as his body may be entrusted with the empire.
– Lao Tzu
He who makes a beast of himself relieves himself the pain of being a man.
– Hunter S. Thompson
He who merely knows right principles is not equal to him who loves them.
– Confucius
He who mixes with unclean things becomes unclean himself; he whose associations are pure becomes purer each day.
– The Talmud
He who multiplies riches multiplies cares.
– Benjamin Franklin
He who must die, must die in the dark, even though he sells candles.
– Colombian Proverb
He who never goes to your house doesn’t want you in his house.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who never has enough, never has anything.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who never made a mistake never made a discovery.
– Samuel Smiles
He who observes etiquette but objects to lying is like someone who dresses fashionably but wears no vest.
– Walter Benjamin
He who observes the infinite horizons will see the dangers before others.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
He who opens a school door, closes a prison.
– Victor Hugo
He who possesses the source of Enthusiasm Will achieve great things. Doubt not. You will gather friends around you As a hair clasp gathers the hair.
– I Ching
He who postpones the hour of living rightly is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses.
– Horace
He who praises everybody, praises nobody.
– Samuel Johnson
He who praises you for what you lack wishes to take from you what you have.
– Don Juan Manuel
He who pursues fame at the risk of losing his self is not a scholar.
– Chuang-tzu
He who puts up with insult invites injury.
– Jewish Proverb
He who receives a benefit should never forget it he who bestow should never remember it.
– Pierre Charron
He who receives a benefit should never forget it; he who bestow should never remember it.
– Pierre Charron
He who receives a favour must retain a recollection of it for all time to come; but he who confers should at once forget it, if he is not to show a sordid and ungenerous spirit. To remind a man of a kindness conferred on him, and to talk of it, is little different from a reproach.
– Demosthenes
He who refuses to embrace a unique opportunity loses the prize as surely as if he had failed.
– William James
He who refuses to obey cannot command.
– Kenyan Proverb
He who reigns within himself and rules his passions, desires and fears is more than a King.
– John Milton
He who reigns within himself and rules his passions, desires, and fears is more than a king.
– John Milton
He who requires urging to do a noble act will never accomplish it.
– Kahlil Gibran
He who says he is happy in the desert means he knows where the well is.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who seeks wealth sacrifices his own pleasure, and, like him who carries burdens for others, bears the load of anxiety.
– The Hitopadesa
He who sees the truth, let him proclaim it, without asking who is for it or who is against it.
– Henry George
He who seizes the right moment is the right man.
– Johann von Goethe
He who seldom speaks, and with one calm well-timed word can strike dumb the loquacious, is a genius or a hero.
– Johann Kaspar Lavater
He who shall introduce into public affairs the principles of primitive Christianity will change the face of the world.
– Benjamin Franklin
He who shares the meat is always left with the bone.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who sleeps half a day has won half a life.
– Karl Kraus
He who spares the wicked injures the good.
– Seneca
He who speaks the truth must have one foot in the stirrup.
– American Proverb
He who speaks the truth often has no ruth.
– Volodymyr Knyr
He who speaks without modesty will find it difficult to make his words good.
– Confucius
He who stands on his tiptoes does not stand firm...
– Laozi
He who steals in order to give to God can only get advice from the devil.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who stops being better stops being good.
– Oliver Cromwell
He who strikes his father or mother his hand will grow out of the grave.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who studies MA in English Literature but fears the name Shakespeare is one who studies shadow but afraid of its statue.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who survives will see the outcome.
– French Proverb
He who teaches children learns more than they do.
– German Proverb
He who tells a lie is not sensible of how great a task he undertakes for he must be forced to invent twenty more to maintain that one.
– Alexander Pope
He who tells a lie is not sensible of how great a task he undertakes; for he must be forced to invent twenty more to maintain that one.
– Alexander Pope
He who tells his own secret will hardly keep another’s.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who thinks by the inch and talks by the yard deserves to be kicked by the foot.
– Unknown
He who thinks to deceive God has already deceived himself.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who throws away a friend is as bad as he who throws away his life.
– Sophocles
He who tip-toes cannot stand he who strides cannot walk.
– Lao Tzu
He who toils with pain will eat with pleasure.
– Chinese
He who tries little of everything accomplishes much of nothing.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who trims himself to suit everyone will soon whittle himself away.
– Raymond Hull
He who undertakes too much seldom succeeds.
– Dutch Proverb
He who waits for a chance may wait for a long time.
– Nigerian Proverb
He who walks in another's tracks leaves no footprints.
– Joan Brannon
He who wants a rose must respect the thorn.
– Persian Proverb
He who wants everything every time will lose everything any time.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who wants to kill a dog says that he has urinated against the mosque.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who wants to make his friend his enemy should lend him some money.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who wears a smile instead of worrying is always the strongest.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who will not economize will have to agonize.
– Confucius
He who will not freely and sadly confess that he is much a fool is all a fool.
– Fuller
He who will not reason is a bigot he who cannot is a fool and he who dares not is a slave.
– Sir William Drummond
He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.
– Sir William Drummond
He who wishes to exert a useful influence must be careful to insult nothing. Let him not be troubled by what seems absurd, but concentrate his energies to the creation of what is good. He must not demolish, but build. He must raise temples where mankind may come and partake of the purest pleasure.
– Johann von Goethe
He who wishes to secure the good of others has already secured his own.
– Confucius
He who wonders discovers that this in itself is wonder.
– M. C. Escher
He who works before dawn will soon be his own master.
– Vikrant Parsai
He who would accomplish little must sacrifice little; he who would achieve much must sacrifice much; he who would attain highly must sacrifice greatly.
– James Allen
He who would be serene and pure needs but one thing, detachment.
– Meister Eckhart
He who would leap high must take a long run.
– Danish proverb
He who would love much has also much to suffer.
– Dr. Jose P. Rizal
He who would pass his declining years with honor and comfort, should, when young, consider that he may one day become old, and remember when he is old, that he has once been young.
– Joseph Addison
He who would rule must hear and be deaf, see and be blind.
– German proverb
He who would teach men to die would at the same time teach them to live.
– Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
He who would travel happily must travel light.
– Antoine De Saint-Exupery
He who, having lost one ideal, refuses to give his heart and soul to another and nobler, is like a man who declines to build a house on rock because the wind and rain ruined his house on the sand.
– Constance Naden
He whom God has touched will always be a being apart: he is, whatever he may do, a stranger among men; he is marked by a sign.
– Ernest Renan
He whom the Gods love dies young, while he is in health, has his senses and his judgments sound.
– Plautus
He whose needs are the least will always be the nearest to God.
– Vikrant Parsai
He will always be a slave who does not know how to live upon a little.
– Horace
He will live ill who does not know how to die well.
– Seneca
He will understand when it is too late that it is easier to love.
– Dejan Stojanovic
He wins every hand who mingles profit with pleasure.
– Horace
He with whom neither slander that gradually soaks into the mind, nor statements that startle like a wound in the flesh, are successful may be called intelligent indeed.
– Confucius
He without benefit of scruples His fun and money soon quadruples.
– Ogden Nash
He would come in and say he changed his mind -- which was a gilded figure of speech, because he didn't have any.
– Mark Twain
He wrapped himself in quotations- as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperors.
– Rudyard Kipling
He [Oliver Cromwell] in a furious manner, bid the Speaker leave his chair; told the house That they had sat long enough, unless they had done more good; and that it was not fit they should sit as a parliament any longer, and desired them to go away.
– Oliver Cromwell
He'd talk the leg off a wooden indian.
– Dick Bryce
He's a Blockhead who wants a proof of what he Can't Percieve And he's a Fool who tries to make such a Blockhead believe.
– William Blake
He's a fool that marries, but he's a greater that does not marry a fool; what is wit in a wife good for, but to make a man a cuckold?
– William Wycherley
He's a real loser. He moved into a new neighborhood and got run over by the Welcome Wagon.
– Red Buttons
He's got to go!
– Rex Hudler
He's happy who, far away from business, like the races of men of old, tills his ancestral fields with his own oxen, unbound by any interest to pay.
– Horace
He's no failure. He's not dead yet.
– William Lloyd George
He's not the finest character that ever lived. But he's a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid.
– Arthur Miller
He's simply got the instinct for being unhappy highly developed.
– Hector Hugh Munro
He's so slow that he takes an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes.
– Edwin W. Edwards
He's the greatest man who ever came out of Plymouth, Vermont. -- On Calvin Coolidge
– Clarence Darrow
He's the kind of a guy who lights up a room just by flicking a switch.
– Unknown
He's turned his life around. He used to be depressed and miserable. Now he's miserable and depressed.
– David Frost
He, in a few minutes ravished this fair creature, or at least would have ravished her, if she had not, by a timely compliance, prevented him.
– Henry Fielding, "Jonathan Wild"
Heads held high.....
– Kapil Chaulagain
Heads of state are notoriously ill prepared for their mature careers; think of Adolf Hitler (landscape painter), Ho Chi Minh (seaman), and our own Ronald Reagan.
– Barbara Ehrenreich
Heal another's heart and in the process you will heal your own.
– Dan Kelly
Heal the past, Live the present, Dream the future.
– Unknown
Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a mater of opportunity.
– Hippocrates
Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.
– Hippocrates, Precepts
Health consists of having the same diseases as one's neighbors.
– Quentin Crisp
Health food makes me sick.
– Calvin Trillin
Health is my expected heaven.
– John Keats
Health is not simply the absence of sickness.
– Hannah Green
Health is not valued till sickness comes.
– Thomas Fuller
Health is the greatest gift, contentedness the best riches.
– The Dhammapada
Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship.
– Buddha
Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend. Non-being is the greatest joy.
– The Dhammapada
Health is worth more than learning.
– Thomas Jefferson
Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.
– Redd Foxx
Healthy, lusty sex is wonderful
– John Wayne
Hear me, four quarters of the world - a relative I am Give me the strength to walk the soft earth, a relative to all that is Give me the eyes to see and the strength to understand, that I may be like you. With your power only can I face the winds.
– Black Elk
Hear me, my chiefs I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.
– Chief Joseph
Hear me, my chiefs! I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.
– Chief Joseph, on his surrender to Gen. Howard, October 5, 1877
Hear one side and you will be in the dark. Hear both and all will be clear.
– Thomas Chandler Haliburton
Hear the other side.
– Saint Augustine
Hear the other side.
(Audi Partem Alteram)

– Saint Augustine
Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter.
– John Keats
Hearing voices no one else can hear isn't a good sign, even in the wizarding world.
– J. K. Rowling
Heart is the only thing which cannot be stolen without consent.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hearts are like tapers, which at beauteous eyes Kindle a flame of love that never dies; And beauty is a flame, where hearts, like moths, Offer themselves a burning sacrifice.
– Omar Khayyam
Heartthrobs are a dime a dozen
– Brad Pitt
Hearty laughter is a good way to jog internally without having to go outdoors.
– Norman Cousins
Heat and animosity, contest and conflict, may sharpen the wits, although they rarely do; they never strengthen the understanding, clear the perspicacity, guide the judgment, or improve the heart.
– Walter Savage Landor
Heat cannot be separated from fire, or beauty from The Eternal.
– Alighieri Dante
Heaven always bears some proportion to earth. The god of the cannibal will be a cannibal, of the crusades a crusader, and of the merchants a merchant.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Heaven called . . . we're a match!
– Tom Zegan
Heaven endures and the earth last a long time because they do not live for themselves.
– Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
Heaven for climate, Hell for company.
– J. M. Barrie
Heaven goes by favour. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in.
– Mark Twain
Heaven grant that the burden you carry may have as easy an exit as it had an entrance. -- Prayer To A Pregnant Woman
– Desiderius Erasmus
Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.
– William Congreve
Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned,
Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.

– William Congreve, The Mourning Bride, 1697, act III scene 8
Heaven is empty and hell is full, wait for me I am also coming there.
– Vikrant Parsai
Heaven is exactly where you are, hell is exactly where you are, now tell me exactly where you are.
– Vikrant Parsai
Heaven is full of answers to prayer for which no one bothered to ask.
– Billy Graham
Heaven is not the wide blue sky but the place where corporeality is begotten in the house of the Creative.
– Lu Yen
Heaven is such that all who have lived well, of whatever religion, have a place there.
– Emanuel Swedenborg, From the book "Divine Providence" #330
Heaven is where the reasonable people are!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Heaven means to be one with God.
– Confucius
Heaven will be no heaven to me if I do not meet my wife there.
– Andrew Jackson
Heaven without love : what a hell.
– Charles de LEUSSE
Heaven without love : what a hell. (Paradis sans amour : voilà ce qu'est l'enfer)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Heaven-born, the soul a heavenward course must hold beyond the world she soars the wise man, I affirm, can find no rest in that which perishes, nor will he lend his heart to ought that doth time depend.
– Michelangelo Buonarroti
Heaven?s gate is narrow and minute,* It cannot be perceived by foolish men, Blinded by vain illusions of the world. E?en the clear-sighted, who discern the way And seek to enter, find the portal barred And hard to be unlocked. Its massive bolts Are pride and passion, avarice and lust.
– Mahabharata
Heavenly bodies are nests of invisible birds.
– Dejan Stojanovic
Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible.
– Lord Kelvin
Heavy exposure to media alters the viewer's perception of social reality in a way that matches the media world.
– Diane Levin & Jean Kilbourne
Heed not the flatterer?s fulsome talk, He from thee hopes some trifle to obtain; Thou wilt, shouldst thou his wishes baulk, Ten hundred times as much of censure gain.
– Sa?di
Hegel remarks somewhere that all great world-historic facts and personages appear, so to speak, twice. He forgot to add: the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.
– Karl Marx
Hegel was right when he said that we learn from history that man can never learn anything from history.
– George Bernard Shaw
Heidi Well, do you want me to be honest or do you want me to tell you this is the first time
– Old School
Heirlooms we don't have in our family. But stories we've got.
– Rose Cherin
Hell has no benefits, only torture.
– John Milton, Paradise Lost
Hell hath no fury like a bureaucrat scorned.
– Milton Friedman
Hell hath no fury like a liberal scorned.
– Dick Gregory
Hell hath no limits, nor is circumscrib'd one self place; for where we are is Hell, and where Hell is, there must we ever be.
– Christopher Marlowe
Hell is a half-filled auditorium.
– Robert Frost
Hell is a hell of a lie! God is not a torturer!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hell is full of musical amateurs music is the brandy of the damned.
– George Bernard Shaw
Hell is full of musical amateurs.
– George Bernard Shaw
Hell is full of musical amateurs: music is the brandy of the damned.
– George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903) act 3
Hell is God's great compliment to the reality of human freedom and the dignity of human choice.
– Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Hell is of this world and there are men who are unhappy escapees from hell, escapees destined ETERNALLY to reenact their escape.
– Antonin Artaud
Hell is other people.
– Jean-Paul Sartre
Hell is out of fashion -- institutional hells at any rate. The populated infernos of the 20th century are more private affairs, the gaps between the bars are the sutures of one's own skull. A valid hell is one from which there is a possibility of redemption, even if this is never achieved, the dungeons of an architecture of grace whose spires point to some kind of heaven. The institutional hells of the present century are reached with one-way tickets, marked Nagasaki and Buchenwald, worlds of terminal horror even more final than the grave.
– J. G. Ballard
Hell is paved with good Samaritans.
– William M. Holden
Hell is paved with great granite blocks hewn from the hearts of those who said, I can do no other.
– Heywood Broun
Hell is truth seen too lateduty neglected in its season.
– Tryon Edwards
Hell means torture; torture means badness. Goodness cannot create or produce badness. Hell does not belong to God; it has been invented by the horrific and sick minded people.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Hell must be isothermal; for otherwise the resident engineers and physical chemists (of which there must be some) could set up a heat engine to run a refrigerator to cool off a portion of their surroundings to any desired temperature.
– Henry Albert Ben, _The Second Law_
Hell's afloat in lover's tears.
– Dorothy Rothschild Parker
Hell, Madame, is to love no longer.
– Georges Bernanos
Hell, there are no rules here, we are trying to accomplish something.
– Thomas Edison
Hell, there are no rules here-- we're trying to accomplish something.
– Thomas Alva Edison
Hell, we spent $200 Billion to get a scared guy who needed a shave out of a fox-hole! And he may even die of prostate cancer before we even get a chance to try him, dammit!
– Ted Turner, A speech to the McCallie School in Chattanooga, TN
Hello Love... this is Ron Lundy from the Greatest City in the World!
– Ron Lundy
Hello my little sunny it is money that begets money.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hello seeker Now don't feel alone here in the New Age, because there's a seeker born every minute.
– Firesign Theatre
Hello, everybody. Welcome to Kiner's Corner. This is....uh. I'm...uh
– Ralph Kiner
Hello, I Must Be Going
– Groucho Marx
Hello, My name is Briana and I like to eat cheese,
– Briana Sims
Hello," he lied.
– Don Carpenter quoting a Hollywood agent
Help a man against his will and you do the same as murder him.
– Horace
Help is not in the sky, help is within you, in your mind; help is your reason! Turn your face to your reason not to the sky!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Help others get ahead. You will always stand taller with someone else on your shoulders.
– Bob Moawad
Help thyself, and God will help thee.
– Jean de La Fontaine
Help your brother; and as regards helping, everyone is your brother!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Helped are those who create anything at all, for they shall relive the thrill of their own conception.
– Alice Walker
Hence it is clear how much more cruel the pen is than the sword.
– Robert Burton
Hence it is clear how much more cruel the pen is than the sword.
(Hinc Gham Sit Calmus Saevior Ense Patet)

– Robert Burton
Hence that general is skilful in attack whose opponent does not know what to defend; and he is skilful in defense whose opponent does not know what to attack.
– Sun Tzu
Hence, a devout Christian must avoid astrologers and all impious soothsayers, especially when they tell the truth, for fear of leading his soul into error by consorting with demons and entangling himself with the bonds of such association.
– Saint Augustine
Henry glanced hastily at the mirror. Yes, he did look rather old. He must have overdone some of the lines on his forehead. He looked something between a youngish centenarian and a nonagenarian who had seen a good deal of trouble.
– P. G. Wodehouse
Henry James chews more than he bites off.
– Mrs Henry Adams (c. 1880)
Henry James created more convincing women than Iris Murdoch put together.
– Wilfred Sheed
Henry James was one of the nicest old ladies I ever met.
– William Faulkner
Henry James would have been vastly improved as a novelist by a few whiffs of the Chicago stockyard.
– H. L. Mencken
Henry James writes fiction as if it were a painful duty.
– Oscar Wilde
Henry Kissinger may have wished I had presented him as a combination of Charles DeGaulle and Disraeli, but I didn't. . .out of respect for DeGaulle and Disraeli. I described him as a cowboy because thats how he described himself. If I were a cowboy I would be offended.
– Oriana Fallaci
Her children arise up, and call her blessed.
– Book of Proverbs
Her eyes are homes of silent prayers.
– Alfred Lord Tennyson
Her grandmother, as she gets older, is not fading but rather becoming more concentrated.
– Paulette Bates Alden
Her Love cuts through my heart so fats that its pain is also enjoyable, that's how sharp her love is for me (Tshegofatso Mosuwe)
– Benjamin Mqxekwa
Her only flair is in her nostrils.
– Pauline Kael
Her own mother lived the latter years of her life in the horrible suspicion that electricity was dripping invisibly all over the house.
– James Thurber
Her virtue was that she said what she thought, her vice that what she thought didn't amount to much.
– Peter Ustinov
Her voice is full of money.
– F. Scott Fitzgerald
Heraclitus says you cannot step into the same river twice. We can also say that the same river cannot touch us twice!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here are the seven signs of Narcissism, which you can use to identify the Narcissists that may be around you in the society.: (1) Shamelessness: Shame is the feeling that lurks beneath all unhealthy narcissism, and the inability to process shame in healthy ways. (2) Magical thinking: Narcissists view themselves as perfect at all times, using distortion and illusion known as “magical thinking“. They also use projection to dump shame onto others. (3) Arrogance: A narcissist who is feeling deflated may re-inflate by diminishing, debasing, or degrading somebody else. (4) Envy: A narcissist may secure a sense of superiority in the face of another person’s ability by using contempt to minimize the other person. (5) Entitlement: Narcissists hold unreasonable expectations of particularly favorable treatment and automatic compliance because they consider themselves special. Failure to comply is considered an attack on their superiority, and the perpetrator is considered an “awkward” or “difficult” person. Defiance of their will is a narcissistic injury that can trigger narcissistic rage. (6) Exploitation: Can take many forms but always involves the exploitation of others without regard for their feelings or interests. Often the other is in a subservient position where resistance would be difficult or even impossible. Sometimes the subservience is not so much real as assumed. (7) Bad boundaries: Narcissists do not recognize that they have boundaries and that others are separate and are not extensions of themselves. Others either exist to meet their needs or may as well not exist at all. Those who provide narcissistic supply to the narcissist are treated as if they are part of the narcissist and are expected to live up to those expectations. In the mind of a narcissist there is no boundary between self and other.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Here are the Ten Commandments for a writer: Create, Create, Create, Create, Create, Create...
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here at lastWe shall be freethe Almighty hath not builtHere for his envy, will not drive us henceHere we may reign secure, and in my choiceTo reign is worth ambition though in HellBetter to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven.
– John Milton
Here Greek and Roman find themselves alive along these crowded shelves; and Shakespeare treads again his stage, and Chaucer paints anew his age.
– John Greenleaf Whittier
Here in America we are descended in blood and in spirit from revolutionists and rebels - men and women who dare to dissent from accepted doctrine. As their heirs, may we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion.
– Dwight D Eisenhower
Here is a good principle: If need be, give up your principles!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is a good reply of a clever horse to the man who tries to ride and control it: Throwing him into the air!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is a good revolution in conscious and a good salvation formula for mankind: Get rid of religion, keep the God!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is a great body of our Jewish citizens from whom have sprung men of genius in every walk of our varied life; men who have conceived of its ideals with singular clearness; and led enterprises with sprit & sagacity... They are not Jews in America, they are American citizens.
– Woodrow Wilson
Here is a test to find whether your mission on earth is finished: If you are alive, it isn't.
– Richard Bach
Here is an artificial city which has been pumped up under forced draught, inflated like a balloon, stuffed with rural humanity like a goose with corn...endeavoring to eat up this too rapid avalanche of anthropoids, the sunshine metropolis heaves and strains, sweats and becomes pop-eyed, like a young boa constrictor trying to swallow a goat. It has never imparted an urban character to its incoming population for the simple reason that it has never had any character to impart. On the other hand, the place has the manners, culture and general outlook of a huge country village.
– Morrow Mayo
Here is the answer which I will give to President Roosevelt... We shall not fail or falter we shall not weaken or tire. Neither the sudden shock of battle nor the long-drawn trials of vigilance and exertion will wear us down. Give us the tools and we will finish the job.
– Winston Churchill
Here is the answer which I will give to President Roosevelt... We shall not fail or falter; we shall not weaken or tire. Neither the sudden shock of battle nor the long-drawn trials of vigilance and exertion will wear us down. Give us the tools and we will finish the job.
– Sir Winston Churchill, Radio speech, 1941
Here is the basic rule for winning success. Let's mark it in the mind and remember it. The rule is: Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be in is the support of other people.
– David J. Schwartz
Here is the best wish for the new year: Let there be more freedom of thought throughout the world! Fields need rain; truths need freedom of thought!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is the biggest truth about the Universal Order: There is no order!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is the fate of the man: To appear and to disappear!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Here is the secret of inspiration: Tell yourself that thousands and tens of thousands of people, not very intelligent and certainly no more intelligent than the rest of us, have mastered problems as difficult as those that now baffle you.
– William Feather
Here is the test to find whether your mission on Earth is finished if you're alive, it isn't.
– Richard Bach
Here is the world, sound as a nut, perfect, not the smallest piece of chaos left, never a stitch nor an end, not a mark of haste, or botching, or second thought; but the theory of the world is a thing of shreds and patches.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Here lies poet Goldsmith, for shortness called Noll, Who wrote like an Angel, but talked like poor Poll
– David Garrick
Here or henceforward it is all the same to me, I accept Time absolutely.
– Walt Whitman
Here stand I. I can do no other.
– Martin Luther
Here's a good gag if you go swimming in a swamp and when you come out you're all covered with leeches. Just say, 'Hey, has anybody seen my raisins' (Because leeches kind of look like big raisins.)
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Here's a good joke to do during an earthquake Straddle a big crack in the ground, and if it opens wider, go 'Whoa Whoa' and flail your arms around, like you're going to fall in.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Here's a good thing to do if you go to a party and you don't know anybody First, take out the garbage. Then go around and collect any extra garbage that people might have, like a crumpled-up napkin, and take that out too. Pretty soon people will want to meet the busy garbage guy.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Here's a good tip for when you go to the beach A sand dollar may look like a nice cracker that someone left, but trust me, they don't taste like it.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Here's a guy who can use his arms and legs at the same time.
– John Madden
Here's a rule I recommend Never practice two vices at once.
– Tallulah Bankhead
Here's a suggestion for a new animal, if some new ones get created or evolve something that stings you, then laughs at you.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Here's something to think about How come you never see a headline like 'Psychic Wins Lottery'
– Jay Leno
Here's the rule for bargains: Do other men, for they would do you. That's the true business precept.
– Charles Dickens
Here's to you ,as good as you are, And here's to me, as bad as I am But as good as you are, and as bad as I am, I am as good as you are, as bad as I am.
– Scottish Proverb
Here's what I think the truth is: We are all addicts of fossil fuels in a state of denial, about to face cold turkey.
– Kurt Vonnegut, Cold Turkey
Here, the churches seemed to shrink away into eroding corners. They seem to have ceased to be essential parts of American life. They no longer give life. It is the huge buildings of commerce and trade which now align the people to attention. These in their massive manner of steel and stone say, Come unto me all ye who labor, and we will give you work.
– Seán O'Casey
Here, with whitened hair, desires failing, strength ebbing out of him, with the sun gone down and with only the serenity and the calm warning of the evening star left to him, he drank to Life, to all it had been, to what it was, to what it would be. Hurrah!
– Seán O'Casey
Hereafter, in a better world than this,
I shall desire more love and knowledge of you.

– William Shakespeare, "As You Like It", Act 1 scene 2
Hereafter, in a better world than this, I shall desire more love and knowledge of you.
– William Shakespeare
Hereditary honors are a noble and a splendid treasure to descendants.
– Plato
Heredity is a strong factor, even in architecture. Necessity first mothered invention. Now invention has little ones of her own, and they look just like grandma.
– E. B. White
Hero-cults complicate everything in a Sacred Band.
– Chris Morris
Heroes are often the most ordinary of men.
– Henry David Thoreau
Héroes del siglo 21, en mi opinión honesta, son los que van a luchar contra la injusticia, la pobreza y el racismo, mejorar la calidad de vida de los seres humanos y animales por igual, y lo más importante, incorporar una mayor sostenibilidad en nuestra vida diaria cotidiana.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Heroes of 21st Century, in my honest view, are those who will fight injustice, poverty and racism, improve the quality of life for humans and animals alike, and most importantly, incorporate more sustainability in our daily lives everyday.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Heroes who shed their blood and lost their lives! You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country of ours. You, the mothers, who sent their sons from far away countries wipe away your tears; your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well.
– M.K. Ataturk
Heroing is one of the shortest-lived professions there is.
– Will Rogers
Heroism on command, senseless violence, and all the loathsome nonsense that goes by the name of patriotism -- how passionately I hate them!
– Albert Einstein
Heroism on command, senseless violence, and all the loathsome nonsense that goes by the name of patriotism -how passionately I hate them
– Albert Einstein
Hey babyI only got one thing to say to you, you know what that is? I don't like the tone of your voice!
– Tom Everett
Hey Pilgrim, you forgot your pop-gun
– John Wayne
Hey you! Look down. Your stupid is showing.
– Ingrid Weir
Hey, what do you think drives all this grey matter up here Electricity. It's brain waves surfing on synaptic junctions. If your radio can go out because of sun spots, why can't your cerebellum It's all a matter of reception and it seems to me these signals are going to get crossed somehow. It's all logical.
– Andrew Schneider
Hey…Pilgrim, You're Gonna Need A Couple Of Stitches
– John Wayne
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– Andrea Thompson
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– zahra
Hide not your talents, they for use were made. What's a sun-dial in the shade
– Benjamin Franklin
Hierarchical institutions are like giant bulldozers-- obedient to the whim of any fool who takes the controls.
– Edward Abbey
High culture is nothing but a child of that European perversion called history, the obsession we have with going forward, with considering the sequence of generations a relay race in which everyone surpasses his predecessor, only to be surpassed by his successor. Without this relay race called history there would be no European art and what characterizes it: a longing for originality, a longing for change. Robespierre, Napoleon, Beethoven, Stalin, Picasso, they're all runners in the relay race, they all belong to the same stadium.
– Milan Kundera
High expectations are the key to everything.
– Sam Walton
High fashion has the shelf life of potato salad.
– Barbara Kingsolver, "Life Without Go-Go Boots" (personal essay)
High heels were invented by a woman who had been kissed on the forehead.
– Christopher Morley
High intelligence is to think the unthinkable; genius is to realize the very unexpected one.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
High living and high thinking are poles apart.
– B. J. Gupta
High office teaches decision making, not substance. It consumes intellectual capital it does not create it. Most high officials leave office with the perceptions and insights with which they entered they learn how to make decisions but not what decisions to make.
– Robert Francis Kennedy
High positions are full of low people!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
High school is closer to the core of the American experience than anything else I can think of.
– Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
High self-esteem is a prerequisite to self-confidence and self-confidence is what it takes to influence or change other people's opinions, mindsets, lifestyles and emotions positively. Yes, that is that. Thus, be/remain self-confident.
– Emeasoba George
High thoughts must have high language.
– Aristophanes
Higher beings from outer space may not want to tell us the secrets of life, because we're not ready. But maybe they'll change their tune after a little torture.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Higher emotions are what separate us from the lower orders of life...
Higher emotions, and table manners.

– Deanna Troi, _Imzadi_, Star Trek - The Next Generation
Him, who incessantly laughs in the street, you may commonly hear grumbling in his closet.
– Johann Kaspar Lavater
Hindsight is always twenty-twenty.
– Billy Wilder
Hire and promote first on the basis of integrity; second, motivation; third, capacity; fourth, understanding; fifth, knowledge; and last and least, experience. Without integrity, motivation is dangerous; without motivation, capacity is impotent; without capacity, understanding is limited; without understanding, knowledge is meaningless; without knowledge, experience is blind. Experience is easy to provide and quickly put to good use by people with all the other qualities.
– Dee W. Hock
His action no applause invites Who simply good with good repays; He only justly merits praise Who wrongful deeds with kind requites.*
– Panchatantra
His courtesy was somewhat extravagant. He would write and thank people who wrote to thank him for wedding presents and when he encountered anyone as punctilious as himself the correspondence ended only with death.
– Evelyn Waugh
His enemies might have said before that he talked rather too much; but now he has occasional flashes of silence, that make his conversation perfectly delightful.
– Sydney Smith
His Highness was always confident in his statements, especially about what he viewed for the first time.
– Dejan Stojanovic
His honour rooted in dishonour stood,
And faith unfaithful kept him falsely true.

– Lord Alfred Tennyson
His house was perfect, whether you liked food, or sleep, or work, or story-telling, or singing, or just sitting and thinking, best, or a pleasant mixture of them all.
– J. R. R. Tolkien
His ignorance covered the whole earth like a blanket, and there was hardly a hole in it anywhere.
– Mark Twain
His ignorance is encyclopedic.
– Abba Eban
His intelligence seized on a subject, his genius embraced it, his eloquence illuminated it.
– Paterculus
His Labor is a Chant -- his Idleness -- a Tune -- oh, for a Bee's experience of Clovers, and of Noon!
– Emily Dickinson
His lack of education is more than compensated for by his keenly developed moral bankruptcy.
– Woody Allen
His life was gentle and the elements So mixed in him, that Nature might stand up, And say to all the world, THIS WAS A MAN
– William Shakespeare
His life was gentle; and the elements
So mixed in him, that Nature might stand up,
And say to all the world, THIS WAS A MAN!

– William Shakespeare
His mother called such people ignorant and superstitious, but his father only shook his head slowly and puffed his pipe and said that sometimes old stories had a grain or two of truth in them and it was best not to take chances. It was why, he said, he crossed himself whenever a black cat crossed his path.
– Stephen King
His mother had often said, When you choose an action, you choose the consequences of that action. She had emphasized the corollary of this axiom even more vehemently when you desired a consequence you had damned well better take the action that would create it.
– Lois McMaster Bujold
His mother had often said, When you choose an action, you choose the consequences of that action. She had emphasized the corollary of this axiom even more vehemently: when you desired a consequence you had damned well better take the action that would create it.
– Lois McMaster Bujold, "Memory", 1996
His mother should have thrown him away and kept the stork.
– Mae West
His only fault is that he has no fault.
– Pliny the Younger
His priority did not seem to be to teach them what he knew, but rather to impress upon them that nothing, not even... knowledge, was foolproof.
– J. K. Rowling
His purity was too great, his aspiration too high for this poor, miserable world! His great soul is now only enjoying that for which it was worthy!
– Queen Victoria
His resolve is not to seem, but to be, the best.
– Aeschylus
His voice was a intimate as the rustle of sheets.
– Dorothy Parker
His was a life which lacked, perhaps, the sublimer emotions which raised Man to the level of the gods, but it was undeniably an extremely happy one. He never experienced the thrill of ambition fulfilled, but, on the other hand, he never knew the agony of ambition frustrated....
– P. G. Wodehouse
Historian: an unsuccessful novelist.
– H. L. Mencken
Historians are like deaf people who go on answering questions that no one has asked them.
– Leo Tolstoy
Historians conquer the past, not the future. (Les historiens conquièrent Le passé, non l'avenir)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Historical reminder Always put Horace before Descartes.
– Donald O. Rickter
Historically, the claim of consensus has been the first refuge of scoundrels; it is a way to avoid debate by claiming that the matter is already settled.
– Michael Crichton, Caltech Michelin Lecture, January 17, 2003
Histories are more full of examples of the fidelity of dogs than of friends.
– Alexander Pope
Histories make men wise poets, witty the mathematics, subtle natural philosophy, deep moral, grave logic and rhetoric, able to contend.
– Francis Bacon
history after the war war 1 was over they celebrated. they said that's history. After that history repeated it self and now the story of war war 2 has begun.
– skyla
History balances the frustration of how far we have to go with the satisfaction of how far we have come. It teaches us tolerance for the human shortcomings and imperfections which are not uniquely of our generation, but of all time.
– Lewis F. Powell, Jr.
History buffs probably noted the reunion at a Washington party a few weeks ago of three ex-presidents Carter, Ford and Nixon-See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Evil.
– Robert Joseph Bob Dole
History does not repeat itself except in the minds of those who do not know history.
– Kahlil Gibran
History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.
– Bertie Forbes
History has proven, God has never given anyone a dream Without also including the power to achieve that dream It is up to us to claim the power and go after that dream, Or just claim , it was only a dream.
– Unknown
History is a better guide than good intentions.
– Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
History is a cyclic poem written by Time upon the memories of man.
– Percy Bysshe Shelley
History is a living horse laughing at a wooden horse. History is a wind blowing where it listeth. History is no sure thing to bet on. History is a box of tricks with a lost key. History is a labyrinth of doors with sliding panels, a book of ciphers with the code in a cave of the Saragossa sea. History says, if it pleases, Excuse me, I beg your pardon, it will never happen again if I can help it.
– Carl Sandburg
History is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.
– James Joyce
History is a nightmare from which we are trying to awaken.
– James Joyce
History is a pact between the dead, the living, and the yet unborn.
– Edmund Burke
History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future. To try to hold fast is to be swept aside.
– John Fitzgerald Kennedy
History is a set of lies agreed upon.
– Napoleon Bonaparte
History is a vast early warning system.
– Norman Cousins
History is a vision of God's creation on the move.
– Arnold Toynbee
History is a voice forever sounding across the centuries the laws of right and wrong. Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise and fall, but the moral law is written on the tablets of eternity.
– James A. Forude
History is always best written generations after the event, when clouded fact and memory have all fused into what can be accepted as truth, whether it be so or not.
– Theodore Harold White
History is an account mostly false, of events mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.
– Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
History is an orphan. It can speak, but cannot hear. It can give, but cannot take. Its wounds and tragedies can be read and known, but cannot be avoided or cured.
– Kedar Joshi
History is bunk.
– Henry Ford
History is fables agreed upon.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
History is full of surprises.
– Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
History is hard to know, because of all the hired bullshit, but even without being sure of history it seems entirely reasonable to think that every now and then the energy of a whole generation comes to a head in a long fine flash, for reasons that nobody really understands at the time -- and which never explain, in retrospect, what actually happened.
– Hunter S. Thompson
History is indeed little more than the register of the crimes, follies and misfortunes of mankind.
– Edward Gibbon
History is like a ghost. It is as dead as alive.
– Kedar Joshi
History is littered with the wars which everybody knew would never happen.
– Enoch Powell
History is little else than a picture of human crimes and misfortunes.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
History is made at night. Character is what you are in the dark.
– Lord John Whorfin
History is more or less bunk.
– Henry Ford
History is more or less bunk. It's tradition. We don't want tradition. We want to live in the present and the only history that is worth a tinker's damn is the history we made today.
– Henry Ford
History is moving, and it will tend toward hope, or tend toward tragedy.
– George W. Bush
History is not going to be kind to liberals. With their mindless programs, they've managed to do to Black Americans what slavery, Reconstruction, and rank racism found impossible destroy their family and work ethic.
– Walter Williams
History is one war after another with a bunch of murders and natural disasters in between.
– Sarah Vowell, Assassination Vacation (p. 208)
History is philosophy teaching by example, and also warning its two eyes are geography and chronology.
– James A. Garfield
History is philosophy teaching by example, and also warning; its two eyes are geography and chronology.
– James A. Garfield
History is philosophy teaching by examples.
– Henry St. John Bolingbroke
History is powerful stuff. One day your world is fine. The next day it's knocked for a metaphysical loop. Was Napoleon really at Waterloo Would that change what I had for breakfast
– Henry Bromel
History is the discovering of the constant and universal principles of human nature.
– David Hume
History is the present. That's why every generation writes it anew. But what most people think of as history is its end product, myth.
– E. L. Doctorow
History is the record of an encounter between character and circumstances.
– Donald Creighton
History is the ship carrying living memories to the future.
– Stephen Spender
History is the short trudge from Adam to atom.
– Leonard Louis Levinson
History is the unfolding of miscalculation.
– Barbara Tuchman
History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon.
– Napoleon
History is the witness that testifies to the passing of time it illumines reality, vitalizes memory, provides guidance in daily life and brings us tidings of antiquity.
– Cicero
History is the witness that testifies to the passing of time; it illumines reality, vitalizes memory, provides guidance in daily life and brings us tidings of antiquity.
– Cicero, Pro Publio Sestio
History is written by the winners. The books say the Indians were bad guys and the whites just needed a little land. It's like, Excuse me, let me take your car. I'm discovering it. I'm putting my flag on your windshield.
– Mario Van Peebles
History is, strictly speaking, the study of questions the study of answers belongs to anthropology and sociology.
– Wystan Hugh Auden
History knows no resting places and no plateaus.
– Henry Kissinger
History makes us some amends for the shortness of life.
– Philip Skelton
History may not repeat itself, but it sure does rhyme.
– Mark Twain
History never looks like history when you are living through it.
– John W. Gardner
History never recorded this phrase: 'The Mass of Wise.' Because the wise is not too abundant to form masses!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
History repeats itself and history never repeats itself are about equally trueWe never know enough about the infinitely complex circumstances of any past event to prophesy the future by analogy.
– George Macaulay Trevelyan
History repeats itself historians repeat each other.
– Philip Guedalla
history repeats itself....but it is the past that we find joy in,for it is the good memories we try and remember,the bad we keep at bay,the future we do not know, the present is what we have control over....
– Rajab Raphael
History respects revolutions; and yet, if a revolution is progressive, support it; if it is reactionary, resist it!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
History suggests that Capitalism is a necessary condition for political freedom.
– Milton Friedman
History teaches that wars begin when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap.
– Ronald Reagan, Address to the Nation, Jan 16, 1984
History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives.
– Abba Eban
History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely when they have exhausted all other alternatives.
– Abba Eban
History teaches us that people from different religions and ethnic groups can be united around one economic goal; equality and prosperity for all. We saw that in the rise of the communist USSR. When the economic policies of the USSR failed, ethnic and national divisions took the forefront and the USSR's was dissolved. That could happen to the US if we are hit by hyperinflation or currency collapse. No country is above the socioeconomic laws, US included.
– Med Jones
History teaches us that people from different religions and ethnic groups can be united around one shared economic goal; equality and prosperity for all. We saw that in the rise of the communist USSR. When the economic policies of the USSR failed, ethnic and national divisions took the forefront and the USSR was dissolved. That can happen to the US if we are hit hard enough by hyperinflation and currency collapse. How the divisions evolve and what forms they will take depend on the type and speed of the government's reaction. It is too early to foresee such events. However, it is important to note that no country is above the socioeconomic laws, US included.
– Med Jones
History teaches us that when a barbarian race confronts a sleeping culture, the barbarian always wins.
– Arnold J. Toynbee
History will be erased in the universal purgatory.
– Dejan Stojanovic
History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.
– Winston Churchill
History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it.
– Winston Churchill
History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
History's lessons are no more enlightening than the wisdom of those who interpret them.
– David Schoenbrun
History, although sometimes made up of the few acts of the great, is more often shaped by the many acts of the small.
– Mark Yost
History, as an entirety, could only exist in the eyes of an observer outside it and outside the world. History only exists, in the final analysis, for God.
– Albert Camus
History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, however, if faced with courage, need not be lived again.
– Maya Angelou
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– Anonymous
Hit hard, hit fast, hit often!
– William F. Halsey
Hit hard, hit fast, hit often.
– William "Bull" Halsey, Admiral, USN
Hitch your wagon to a star.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hitchhiker No No, no, not 6 I said 7. Nobody's comin' up with 6. Who works out in 6 minutes You won't even get your heart goin, not even a mouse on a wheel. Ted That -- good point. Hitchhiker 7's the key number here. Think about it. 7-Elevens. 7 doors. 7, man, that's the number. 7 chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch. You know that old children's tale from the sea. It's like you're dreamin' about Gorgonzola cheese when it's clearly Brie time, baby. Step into my office. Ted Why Hitchhiker 'Cause you're fired
– There's Something About Mary
Hither the heroes and nymphs resort,To taste awhile the pleasures of a courtIn various talk th'instuctive hours they past,Who gave the ball, or paid the visit lastOne speaks the glory of the British Queen,And one describes a charming Indian screenlA third interprets motions, looks and eyesAt every word a reputation dies.
– Alexander Pope
Hitler and Mussolini were only the primary spokesmen for the attitude of domination and craving for power that are in the heart of almost everyone. Until the source is cleared, there will always be confusion and hate, wars and class antagonisms.
– Jiddu Krishnamurti
Hitler not from a woman is born, but from the men bitterness.(Hitler n'est pas né d'une femme, Mais de l'amertume des hommes)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Hitler not from a woman is born : he is the child of the men bittemess. (Hitler n'est pas né d'une femme, Mais de l'amertume des hommes)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Hobbies cost money but interests are free.
– George Carlin, George Carlin: You Are All Diseased
Hold a book in your hand and you're a pilgrim at the gates of a new city.
– Anne Michaels
Hold a picture of yourself long and steadily enough in your mind's eye and you will be drawn toward it. Picture yourself vividly as winning and that alone will contribute immeasurably to success. Great living starts with a picture, held in your imagination, of what you would like to do or be.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
Hold a picture of yourself long and steadily enough in your mind's eye, and you will be drawn toward it.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
Hold a true friend with both hands.
– Nigerian Proverb
Hold a true friend with both your hands.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Hold faithfulness and sincerity as first principles.
– Confucius
Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.
– Langston Hughes
Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.
– Langston Hughes
Hold no man responsible for what he says in his grief.
– The Talmud
Hold tenderly that which you cherish, for it is precious and a tight grip may crush it. Do not let the fear of dropping it cause you to hold it too tightly the chances are, it's holding you too.
– Bob Alberti
Hold the door for an old man. Old ladies can take care of themselves; they've been doing it long enough.
– Perry Brass
Hold your head high, stick your chest out. You can make it. It gets dark sometimes, but morning comes. Keep hope alive.
– Jesse Jackson
Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expects of you. Never excuse yourself. Never pity yourself. Be a hard master to yourself - and be lenient to everybody else.
– Henry Ward Beecher
Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody expects of you. Never excuse yourself.
– Henry Ward Beecher
Holding anger is a poison. It eats you from the inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hatred is a curved blade. And the harm we do, we do to ourselves.
– Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet in Heaven
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else you are the one who gets burned.
– Buddha
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one getting burned.
– Gautama Buddha
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.
– Buddha
Holding on to anger, resentment and hurt only gives you tense muscles, a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth. Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life.
– Joan Lunden
Holidays are an expensive trial of strength. The only satisfaction comes from survival.
– Jonathan Miller
Holidays are in no sense an alternative to the congestion and bustle of cities and work. Quite the contrary. People look to escape into an intensification of the conditions of ordinary life, into a deliberate aggravation of those conditions: further from nature, nearer to artifice, to abstraction, to total pollution, to well above average levels of stress, pressure, concentration and monotony -- this is the ideal of popular entertainment. No one is interested in overcoming alienation; the point is to plunge into it to the point of ecstasy. That is what holidays are for.
– Jean Baudrillard
Holiness is doing God's will with a smile.
– Mother Theresa
Holiness, not happiness, is the chief end of man.
– Oswald Chambers
Hollywood actors and actress are not better than you -- They just act like they are.
– Eric Pio
Hollywood grew to be the most flourishing factory of popular mythology since the Greeks.
– Alistair Cooke
Hollywood is a place where people from Iowa mistake each other for movie stars.
– Fred Allen
Hollywood is a place where people from Iowa mistake each other for stars.
– Fred Allen
Hollywood is a place where they place you under contract instead of under observation.
– Walter Winchell
Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul.
– Marilyn Monroe
Hollywood is a sewer with service from the Ritz Carlton.
– Wilson Mizner
Hollywood is the only industry, even taking in soup companies, which does not have laboratories for the purpose of experimentation.
– Orson Welles
Hollywood money isn't money. It's congealed snow, melts in your hand, and there you are.
– Dorothy Parker
Holy books are an insult to a God with good intentions.
– Dejan Stojanovic
Home computers are being called upon to perform many new functions, including the consumption of homework formerly eaten by the dog.
– Doug Larson
Home interprets heaven. Home is heaven for beginners.
– Charles Henry Parkhurst
Home is a place not only of strong affections, but of entire unreserved; it is life's undress rehearsal, its backroom, its dressing room, from which we go forth to more careful and guarded intercourse, leaving behind us much debris of cast-off and everyday clothing.
– Harriet Beecher Stowe
Home is an invention on which no one has yet improved.
– Ann Douglas
Home is not where you live but where they understand you.
– Cristion Morgenstern
Home is one's birthplace, ratified by memory.
– Henry Grunwald
Home is the most popular, and will be the most enduring of all earthly establishments.
– Channing Pollock
Home is the place where, when you have to go there, They have to take you in.
– Robert Frost
Home is the wallpaper above the bed, the family dinner table, the church bells in the morning, the bruised shins of the playground, the small fears that come with dusk, the streets and squares and monuments and shops that constitute one's first universe.
– Henry Anatole Grunwald
Home is where the heart is.
– Pliny the Elder
Home is where the house is.
– Child Age 6
Home is where you live your life and build your memories.
– Vikrant Parsai
Home is where you wear your hat.
– Buckaroo Banzai (the film)
Home life as we understand it is no more natural to us than a cage is natural to a cockatoo.
– George Bernard Shaw
Home wasn't built in a day.
– Jane Sherwood Ace
Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits.
– William Shakespeare, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona", Act 1 scene 1
Homo sum humani nil a me alienum puto.(I am a man I hold that nothing human is alien to me.)
– Terence
Honest and Truthful writing comes straight from the Heart, and it reveals everything that even reality obscures.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Honest criticism is hard to take, especially from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance, or a stranger.
– Franklin P. Jones
Honest criticism is hard to take, particularly from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance or a stranger.
– Franklin P. Jones
Honest criticism is hard to take, particularly from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance, or a stranger.
– Franklin P. Jones
Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Honest differences of opinion should never be permitted to destroy a friendship.
– Chiam Potok, The Chosen
Honest differences of views and honest debate are not disunity. They are the vital process of policy making among free men.
– Herbert Hoover
Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Honest error is to be pitied, not ridiculed.
– Earl of Chesterfield
Honest hearts produce honest actions.
– Brigham Young
Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway.
– Mother Theresa
Honesty is a good thing, but it is not profitable to its possessor unless it is kept under control.
– Don Marquis
Honesty is being able to tell the truth without hurting anyone.
– Federico Fellini, 8 1/2
Honesty is for the most part, less profitable than dishonesty.
– Plato
Honesty is probably the sexiest thing a man can give to a woman.
– Debra Messing
Honesty is the best image.
– Tom Wilson
Honesty is the best part of any art form. If you don't have that, you're kidding yourself and your listener.
– Billie Joe
Honesty is the best policy - when there is money in it.
– Mark Twain
Honesty is the best policy; but he who is governed by that maxim is not an honest man.
– Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublin
Honesty is the cornerstone of all success, without which confidence and ability to perform shall cease to exist.
– Mary Kay Ash
Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.
– Thomas Jefferson
Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom.
– Thomas Jefferson
Honesty is the only way with anyone, when you'll be so close as to be living inside each other's skins.
– Lois McMaster Bujold
Honesty is the recognition of the fact that the unreal is unreal and can have no value, that neither love nor fame nor cash is a value if obtained by fraud.
– Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Honesty may be the best policy, but it's important to remember that apparently, by elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy.
– George Carlin
Honesty pays, but it doesn't seem to pay enough to suit some people.
– F. M. Hubbard
Honesty rare as a man without self-pity, kinders as large and plain as a prairie wind.
– Stephen Vincent Benet
Honesty, capacity, and industry are nowhere more indispensable than in public employment.
– William McKinley
Honey is sweet but bees sting.
– French Proverb
Honeymoon is a trial period in which no complaints will be accepted.
– Vikrant Parsai
Honolulu, it's got everything. Sand for the children, sun for the wife, sharks for the wife's mother.
– Ken Dodd
Honor and shame from no condition rise.
Act well your part: there all the honor lies.

– Alexander Pope
Honor does not have to be defended.
– Robert J. Sawyer
Honor has not to be won it must only not be lost.
– Arthur Schopenhauer
Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost.
– Arthur Schopenhauer
Honor is like an island, rugged and without a beach; once we have left it, we can never return.
– Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux
Honor is the inner garment of the Soul; the first thing put on by it with the flesh, and the last it layeth down at its separation from it.
– Akhenaten
Honor isn't about making the right choices. It's about dealing with the consequences.
– Midori Koto
Honor lies in honest toil.
– Grover Cleveland
Honor your commitments with integrity.
– Les Brown
Honorable retreats are no ways inferior to brave charges, as having less fortune, more of discipline, and as much valor.
– Major General Sir William Napier, Peninsular War [1810]
Hope and fear are inseparable. There is no hope without fear, nor any fear without hope.
– La Rochefoucauld
Hope arouses, as nothing else can arouse, a passion for the possible.
– William Sloane Coffin
Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work You don't give up.
– Anne Lamott
Hope doesn't come from calculating whether the good news is winning out over the bad. It's simply a choice to take action.
– Anna Lappe
Hope for miracles, but don't rely on one.
– Yiddish Proverb
Hope for positive change is expected of you. But mind you, you have to make the positive change which you do hope for a reality by just daring to work it out yourself.
– Emeasoba George
Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
– Susanna Moodie
Hope in reality is the worst of all evils, because it prolongs the torments of man.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
Hope is a good breakfast, but it is a bad supper.
– Francis Bacon
Hope is a pleasant acquaintance, but an unsafe friend.
– Thomas Chandler Haliburton
Hope is a river full of expectations or anticipations. Therefore, do dive into it and do swim as long as you live. Even if whatever you are doing presently seems abortive. For, surely a hopeful life is bound to be a successful life. Yes! It's a matter of time. But contrariwise, a hopeless life is likely to emerge a worthless life. So, be and remain hopeful for life and not at all hopeless.
– Emeasoba George
Hope is a state of mind, not of the world. Hope, in this deep and powerful sense, is not the same as joy that things are going well, or willingness to invest in enterprises that are obviously heading for .success, but rather an ability to work for something because it is good.
– Vaclav Havel
Hope is a state of mind, not of the world. Hope, in this deep and powerful sense, is not the same as joy that things are going well, or willingness to invest in enterprises that are obviously heading for success, but rather an ability to work for something because it is good.
– Vaclav Havel
Hope is a thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without words
And never stops at all.

– Emily Dickinson
Hope is a waking dream.
– Aristotle
Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive. If life is to be sustained hope must remain, even where confidence is wounded, trust impaired.
– Erik H. Erikson
Hope is definitely not the same thing as optimism. It is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.
– Václav Havel, Disturbing the Peace, ch. 5 (1986; tr. 1990).
Hope is ever required of you just like love/faith/courage. I mean, a hope for a good day/good time never a bad day/bad time. A hope for an enviable success/future never a miserable success/future. A hope for a positive change never a negative change. A hope for an appointment never a disappointment and stuffs like that. Now all that implies, you've got to hope high/well all-round/all times.
– Emeasoba George
HOPE is House Of Positive Energy
– Anuj Somany
Hope is itself a species of happiness, and, perhaps, the chief happiness which this world affords.
– Samuel Johnson
Hope is like a hairball trembling from its birth...
– Christina Rossetti
Hope is nature's veil for hiding truth's nakedness.
– Alfred Bernhard Nobel
Hope is necessary in every condition.
– Samuel Johnson
Hope is not a dream but a way of making dreams become reality.
– L. J. Suenens
Hope is not the conviction that something will turn out well but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.
– Vaclav Havel
Hope is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.
– Vaclev Havel
Hope is only the love of life.
– Henri Frdric Amiel
Hope is progress
– Maat Morrison
Hope is synonymous with expectation. In the sense that, whatever you earnestly expect is what you will experience. So what has been your hope all these while? Whatever/however, you've got to hope for riches never poverty, hope for success never failure, hope for greatness never commonness, hope for salvation never damnation.
– Emeasoba George
Hope is the companion of power, and mother of success; for who so hopes strongly has within him the gift of miracles.
– Samuel Smiles
Hope is the denial of reality.
– Margaret Weis
Hope is the expectation that something outside of ourselves, something or someone external, is going to come to our rescue and we will live happily ever after.
– Dr. Robert Anthony
Hope is the feeling you have that the feeling you have isn't permanent.
– Jean Kerr
Hope is the nurse of misery.
– American Proverb
Hope is the only universal liar who never loses his reputation for veracity.
– Thomas Fuller
Hope is the pillar that holds up the world. Hope is the dream of a waking man.
– Pliny
Hope is the poor man's bread.
– George Herbert
Hope is the thing with feathers -- that perches in the soul -- and sings the tune without words -- and never stops, at all.
– Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all.
– Emily Dickenson
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the words without the tune, and never stops at all.
– Emily Dickinson
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul.
– Emily Dickinson
Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul. And sings the tune Without the words, and never stops at all.
– Emily Dickinson
Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul.
And sings the tune
Without the words,
and never stops at all.

– Emily Dickinson
Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torments of man.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Hope itself is a species of happiness, and perhaps, the chief happiness which this world affords.
– Samuel Johnson
Hope lights up our darkness.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hope of/for a positive change is expected of you. But mind you, you have to make the positive change which you do hope for a reality by just daring to work it out yourself.
– Emeasoba George
Hope provides comfort, and hope does not always require probability.
– John Perry
Hope sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.
– Helen Keller
Hope smiles on the threshold of the year to come, whispering that it will be happier.
– Alfred Lord Tennyson
Hope, deceitful as it is, serves at least to lead us to the end of our lives by an agreeable route.
– Robert Green Ingersoll
Hope, like faith, is nothing if it is not courageous it is nothing if it is not ridiculous.
– Thornton
Hope, like faith, is nothing if it is not courageous; it is nothing if it is not ridiculous.
– Thornton Wilder
Hope, like the gleaming taper's light, Adorns and cheers our way And still, as darker grows the night, Emits a brighter ray.
– Oliver Goldsmith
Hope. What really is the definition? Never stop believing.
– Katie Finkbeiner
Hope...is the companion of power, and the mother of success for who so hopes has within him the gift of miracles.
– Samuel Smiles
Hopes are but the dreams of those that wake.
– Matthew Prior
Horizons will not come to you; you must go to the horizons!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Horror on earth is real and it is every day. It is like a flower or like the sun; it cannot be contained.
– Alice Sebold, The Lovely Bones
Hors d'oeuvres have always a pathetic interest for me; they remind me of one's childhood that one goes through wondering what the next course is going to be like -- and during the rest of the menu one wishes one had eaten more of the hors d'oeuvres.
– Saki
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people.
– W. C. Fields
Horse sense is what keeps horses from betting on people.
– Joe Moore
Horse was already in the heart of the Trojans. (Cheval était déjà dans le cœur des Troyens.)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Horse, you are truly a creature without equal, for you fly without wings and conquer without sword.
– The Koran
Horses are not for riding! They do not exist for riding! Horse riding is man’s invention! It is the making up of human benefit!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Horses lend us the wings we lack.
– Pam Brown, 1928
Hot air expands, and seriously pompous attitude is the inflation of choice by those lacking substance.
– Vanna Bonta
Hot water is my native element. I was in it as a baby, and I have never seemed to get out of it ever since.
– Edith Sitwell
House is a place where you live in, but home is a place where you belong
– The Omani Shed
Household tasks are easier and quicker when they are done by somebody else.
– James Thorpe
Housekeeping ain't no joke.
– Louisa May Alcott
Houses are built to live in, not to look on therefore, let use be preferred before uniformity, except where both may be had.
– Francis Bacon
Houses are built to live in, not to look on; therefore, let use be preferred before uniformity, except where both may be had.
– Sir Francis Bacon, Essays: Of Building, 1623
Houston has its largest crowd of the night here this evening.
– Jerry Coleman
Houston, uh, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.
– Neil Armstrong
How a person masters his fate is more important than what his fate is.
– Wilhelm von Humboldt
How a sickness enlarges the dimensions of a man's self to himself! He is his own exclusive object. Supreme selfishness is inculcated in him as his only duty,
– Charles Lamb
How absolute and omnipotent is the silence of the night! And yet the stillness seems almost audible. From all the measureless depths of air around us comes a half sound, a half whisper, as if we could hear the crumbling and falling away of the earth and all created things in the great miracle of nature?decay and reproduction?ever beginning, never ending?the gradual lapse and running of the sand in the great hour-glass of Time.
– Longfellow
How alive is thought, invisible, yet without thought there is no sight.
– Dejan Stojanovic
How amazing it is to be alive Anyone who lives and breathes and puts both feet on the ground, What possible reason could he have for envying the gods
– Paul Claudel
How anybody dresses is indicative of his self-concept. If students are dirty and ragged, it indicates they are not interested in tidying up their intellects either.
– S Hayakawa
How beautiful is death, when earn'd by virtue Who would not be that youth What pity is it That we can die but once to serve our country
– Joseph Addison
How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then rest afterward.
– Danish proverb
How beautiful maleness is, if it finds its right expression.
– D. H. Lawrence
How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.
– John Burroughs
How blessed and amazing are God's gifts, dear friends Life with immortality, splendor with righteousness, truth with confidence, faith with assurance, self-control with holiness And all these things are within our comprehension.
– Clement of Rome
How can a guy hit and think at the same time
– Lawrence Peter Berra
How can a living man be a person who has nothing to lose? This is very absurd! Even a dead man has something to lose: His coffin!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How can a question be answered that asks a lifetime of questions?
– Norman Maclean, A River Runs Through It
How can anyone govern a nation that has 246 different kinds of cheese
– Charles De Gaulle
How can finite grasp infinity
– John Dryden
How can I be useful, of what service can I be There is something inside me, what can it be
– Vincent Van Gogh
How can I believe in God when just last week I got my tongue caught in the roller of an electric typewriter
– Woody Allen
How can I believe in God when just last week I got my tongue caught in the roller of an electric typewriter?
– Woody Allen
How can I die? I'm booked.
– George Burns
How can one better magnify the Almighty than by sniggering with him at his little jokes, particularly the poorer ones.
– Samuel Beckett
How can one conceive of a one party system in a country that has over 200 varieties of cheese.
– Charles de Gaulle
How can one conceive of a one-party system in a country that has over 200 varieties of cheeses
– Charles De Gaulle
How can we accept another to keep our secret if we have been unable to keep it ourselves.
– François de La Rochefoucauld
How can we expect another to keep our secret, if we cannot keep it ourself
– La Rochefoucauld
How can we learn to know ourselves? By reflection, never, but by our actions. Attempt to do your duty, and you will immediately find what is in you.
– Goethe
How can we live without our lives? How will we know its us without our past?
– John Steinbeck
How can you bring more light to the ephemeras who are plunged into the fire, because they have already had the light of the fire then.
– Woody Haldrugold
How can you come to know yourself Never by thinking, always by doing. Try to do your duty, and you'll know right away what you amount to.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese
– Charles De Gaulle
How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese?
– Charles De Gaulle, in "Les Mots du General", 1962
How can you govern a country with two hundred and forty six varieties of cheese?
– Charles de Gaulle
How can [Germany] be criticized for making things that people actually want to buy? And why encourage Germans to buy things they don't need with money they don't have?
– Sean King Park Strategies
How close we can approach the land of happiness with the heavy shackles on our feet of injustice permeated deeply into every corner?
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How come the dove gets to be the peace symbol How about the pillow It has more feathers than the dove, and it doesn't have that dangerous beak.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
How come the most natural things in the world are the most difficult to come by....it is the most natural,beautiful, self-enhancing and intoxicatingly breathtaking acts of nature that we humans take for granted at times-as our complexities and complicated human minds do not allow us to act as naturally as we were born to,but turn peace into war,love into suffering,pleasure into pain and the natural into the forgotten!
– anonymous
How come we rejoice at a birth and grieve at a funeral? It is because we are not the person involved.
– Mark Twain
How come you never see a headline like 'Psychic Wins Lottery'?
– Jay Leno
How come, just as the rocket is launching, the astronauts don't also shoot some fireworks out the window It would make the whole takeoff look more impressive.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
How committed are you? Commitment is not just a promise. Rather, it's more of a promise fulfilled. It is equally the spirit that endears patriotism. And so, try to show a sense of commitment hence forth. Because, the sky is bound to be the starting point of whoever that is committed in all his/her endeavours.
– Emeasoba George
How could drops of water know themselves to be a river? Yet the river flows on.
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
How could I have been anything else but what I am, having been named Madonna. I would either have ended up a nun or this.
– Madonna
How could I lose to such an idiot?
– A shout from chess grandmaster Aaron Nimzovich
How could you be a Great Man if history brought you no Great Events, or brought you to them at the wrong time, too young, too old
– Lois McMaster Bujold
How could you be a Great Man if history brought you no Great Events, or brought you to them at the wrong time, too young, too old?
– Lois McMaster Bujold, "Memory", 1996
How delightful to find a friend in everyone.
– Joseph Brodsky
How did Biot arrive at the partial differential equation? [the heat conduction equation] . . . Perhaps Laplace gave Biot the equation and left him to sink or swim for a few years in trying to derive it. That would have been merely an instance of the way great mathematicians since the very beginnings of mathematical research have effortlessly maintained their superiority over ordinary mortals.
– Clifford Truesdell
How different the new order would be if we could consult the veteran instead of the politician.
– Henry Miller
How do I get to Carnegie Hall? Practice. Practice. Practice.
– Saadi
How do I know what I have to say wntil I see what I have said?
– E. M. Forster
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach.
– Elizabeth Barrett Browning
How do they who think they are unhappy differ from they who actually are?
– Countess Diane
How do we define consciousness, or what has been called the human soul or the spirit, if it can't be quantified as matter or a particle? ... it can be quantified or observed just by a process of elimination.
– Vanna Bonta
How do we define consciousness, or what has been called the human soul or the spirit, if it can't be quantified as matter or a particle?... it can be quantified or observed just by a process of elimination.
– Vanna Bonta
How do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values
– Alan Greenspan
How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?
– John Kerry, Statement on Vietnam before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 22, 1971
How do you define God Like this. A God I could understand, at least potentially, was infinitely more interesting and relevant than one that defied comprehension.
– Robert J. Sawyer
How do you define God? Like this. A God I could understand, at least potentially, was infinitely more interesting and relevant than one that defied comprehension.
– Robert J. Sawyer, "Calculating God", 2000
How do you govern a country which has 246 different kinds of cheese?
– Charles De Gaulle
How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test? (to a driving instructor in Scotland)
– Prince Phillip
How do you know so much about everything was asked of a very wise and intelligent man and the answer was 'By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which I was ignorant.
– Lord Billingsley
How do you tell a communist Well, it's someone who reads Marx and Lenin. And how do you tell an anti-Communist It's someone who understands Marx and Lenin.
– Ronald Reagan
How does it feel?
– Bob Dylan
How does one kill fear, I wonder How do you shoot a spectre through the heart, slash off its spectral head, take it by the spectral throat
– Joseph Conrad
How does one kill fear, I wonder? How do you shoot a specter through the heart, slash off its spectral head, take it by its spectral throat?
– Joseph Conrad
How does one say something new and not retell?
– Dejan Stojanovic
How does the Meadow flower its bloom unfold Because the lovely little flower is free Down to its root, and in that freedom bold.
– William Wordsworth
How does the poet transform his banal thoughts (are not most thoughts banal?) into such stunning forms, into beauty?
– Joyce Carol Oates
How dreadful it is when the right judge judges wrong
– Sophocles
How dreadful it is when the right judge judges wrong!
– Sophocles, Antigone
How dreadful knowledge of the truth can be When there's no help in truth
– Sophocles
How dull it is to be back to Tsarskoe Selo again. Our daily routine again - classes in the morning, our hospital, the Grand Palace and a walk in the afternoon, the sisters' hospital in the evening.
– Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia
How easy it is to judge rightly after one sees what evil comes from judging wrongly!
– Elizabeth Gaskell
How easy to be amiable in the midst of happiness and success.
– Sophie Swetchine
How else but through a broken heart May Lord Christ enter in
– Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
How exquisite that gaze of yours would be if you were being whipped to death, in the last agony.
– Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, Venus in Furs
How far that little candle throws his beams So shines a good deed in a weary world.
– William Shakespeare
How far that little candle throws his beams!
So shines a good deed in a weary world.

– Shakespeare
How far would have Moses gone if he had taken a poll in Egypt
– Harry S Truman
How far would Moses have gone if he had taken a poll in Egypt?
– Harry S. Truman
How far you go in life depends on you being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and the strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these.
– George Washington Carver
How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in your life you will have been all of these.
– George Washington Carver
How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong -- because someday you will have been all of these.
– George Washington Carver
How fleeting are all human passions compared with the massive continuity of ducks.
– Dorothy Sayers, Gaudy Night
How frequently are the honesty and integrity of a man disposed of by a smile or a shrug. How many good and generous actions have been sunk into oblivion by a distrustful look, or stamped with the imputation of bad motives, by a mysterious and seasonable whisper!
– Sterne
How frequently the last time comes and we do not know.
– John Walter
How glorious it is - and also how painful - to be an exception.
– Alfred De Musset
How God ever brings like to like.
– Homer
How good bad music and bad reasons sound when one marches against an enemy!
– Friedrich Nietzsche
How good bad music and bad reasons sound when we march against an enemy.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
How goodness heightens beauty!
– Hannah More
How helpless we are, like netted birds, when we are caught by desire
– Belva Plain
How helpless we are, like netted birds, when we are caught by desire!
– Belva Plain
How hollow must your life be for you to waste it hating and oppressing others, whose lives are of no consequence to your own?
– Ingrid Weir
How I wish that somewhere there existed an island for those who are wise and of goodwill In such a place even I would be an ardent patriot.
– Albert Einstein
How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!
– Maya Angelou
How is it possible to expect mankind to take advice when they will not so much as take warning
– Jonathan Swift
How is it possible to find meaning in a finite world, given my waist and shirt size
– Woody Allen
How is it possible to find meaning in a finite world, given my waist and shirt size?
– Woody Allen
How is it that little children are so intelligent and men so stupid It must be education that does it.
– Alexandre Dumas
How is it that we remember the least triviality that happens to us, and yet not remember how often we have recounted it to the same person
– La Rochefoucauld
How is the Empire?
– George V, last words, 21 January 1936.
How is the world ruled and how do wars start? Diplomats tell lies to journalists and then believe what they read.
– Karl Kraus
How it is I know not; but there is no place like a bed for confidential disclosures between friends. Man and wife, they say, there open the very bottom of their souls to each other; and some old couples often lie and chat over old times till nearly morning. Thus, then, in our hearts honeymoon, lay I and Queequeg -- a cozy, loving pair.
– Herman Melville
How Kennedy knew the precise drop in milk consumption in 1960, the percentage rise in textile imports from 1957 to 1960 and the number of speeches cleared by the Defense Department is not quite clear, but anyway, he did. He either overwhelmed you with decimal points or disarmed you with a smile and a wisecrack.
– James Barrett Scotty Reston
How like a winter hath my absence been From thee, the pleasure of the fleeting year What freezings have I felt, what dark days seen, What old December's bareness everywhere
– William Shakespeare
How little a thing can make us happy when we feel that we have earned it.
– Mark Twain
How little do they see what is, who frame their hasty judgments upon that which seems.
– Robert Southey
How little do they see what really is, who frame their hasty judgments upon that which seems.
– Robert Southey
How little you know about the age you live in if you think that honey is sweeter than cash in hand.
– Ovid
How long does getting thin take?" Pooh asked anxiously.
– A. A. Milne
How long the thick dark clouds can prevent the truth from shining? The truth is an arrow that can pass through any shield!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How long we live is much more important than how well we live!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book.
– Henry David Thoreau
How many a man has thrown up his hands at a time when a little more effort, a little more patience would have achieved success?
– Elbert Hubbard
How many ages hence
Shall this our lofty scene be acted over
In states unborn and accents yet unknown!

– William Shakespeare, "Julius Caesar", Act 3 scene 1
How many ages hence Shall this our lofty scene be acted over In states unborn and accents yet unknown
– William Shakespeare
How many angels are there One - who transforms our live - is plenty.
– Proverb
How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone.
– Coco Chanel
How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something, but to be someone.
– Coco Chanel
How many crimes are committed simply because their authors could not endure being wrong.
– Albert Camus
How many desolate creatures on the earth have learnt the simple dues of fellowship and social comfort, in a hospital.
– Elizabeth Barrett Browning
How many husbands have I had? You mean apart from my own?
– Zsa Zsa Gabor
How many inner resources one needs to tolerate a life of leisure without fatigue
– Natalie Clifford Barney
How many observe Christ's birthday How few, his precepts O 'tis easier to keep holidays than commandments.
– Benjamin Franklin
How many of our daydreams would darken into nightmares if there seemed any danger of their coming true
– Logan Pearsall Smith
How many of our daydreams would darken into nightmares if there seemed any danger of their coming true!
– Logan Pearsall Smith, Afterthoughts (1931) "Life and Human Nature"
How many people make themselves abstract to appear profound. The most useful part of abstract terms are the shadows they create to hide a vacuum.
– Joseph Joubert
How many pessimists end up by desiring the things they fear, in order to prove that they are right?
– Robert Mallet
How many stars can you count in the sky? How many mistakes can you count in your life? Stop counting! No clever man ever is stuck in the past!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How many things which served us yesterday as articles of faith, are fables for us today.
– Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
How many times must the cannonballs fly before they're forever banned?
– Bob Dylan
How many unuttered words died in the heads of those for whom a word was too expensive.
– Dejan Stojanovic
How miserable a solipsist is! It is rather senseless for him to even assert his belief in solipsism, for, on the one hand, if his belief is false it is like committing intellectual suicide, and, on the other hand, if his belief is true it is an act of intellectual insanity.
– Kedar Joshi
How much better a thing it is to be envied than to be pitied.
– Herodotus
How much easier is it to be generous than just.
– Junius
How much easier it is to be critical than to be correct.
– Benjamin Disraeli, speech, January 24, 1860
How much easier it is to be generous than just Men are sometimes bountiful who are not honest.
– Junius
How much I love every thing that is decided and open!
– Jane Austen, Emma
How much longer are we going to think it necessary to be American before (or in contradistinction to) being cultivated, being enlightened, being humane, and having the same intellectual discipline as other civilized countries?
– Edith Wharton
How much money did you make last year Mail it in. suggestion for a simplified tax form
– Stanton Delaplane
How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it.
– Marcus Aurelius
How much pain have cost us the evils which have never happened.
– Thomas Jefferson
How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks, but only at what he does himself, to make it just and holy.
– Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
How much time he saves who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks.
– Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
How much trouble he avoids who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks.
– Marcus Aelius Aurelius
How much weight you can carry in your mind will determine how far you can go in life!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How much would you pay to launch our economy? How much would you pay for the universe?
– Neil deGrasse Tyson
How nice--to feel nothing, and still get full credit for being alive.
– Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five
How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?
– Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, (Sherlock Holmes) Sign of Four
How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?
– Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, (Sherlock Holmes) The Sign of Four, 1890
How often misused words generate misleading thoughts.
– Herbert Spencer
How often we find ourselves turning our backs on our actual friends, that we may go and meet their ideal cousins.
– Henry David Thoreau
How people keep correcting us when we are young! There is always some bad habit or other they tell us we ought to get over. Yet most bad habits are tools to help us through life.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
How poor are they who have not patience What wound did ever heal but by degrees.
– William Shakespeare
How poor are they who have not patience! What wound did ever heal but by degrees.
– William Shakespeare
How rare and wonderful is that flash of a moment when we realize we have discovered a friend.
– William Rotsler
How rare it is to find a soul quiet enough to hear God speak.
– François Fénelon
How ridiculous and unrealistic is the man who is astonished at anything that happens in life.
– Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is To have a thankless child
– William Shakespeare
How should they answer?
– Abigail Van Buren in reply to the question: "Why do Jews always answer a question with a question?"
How simple a thing it seems to me that to know ourselves as we are, we must know our mothers' names.
– Alice Walker
How simple is to be happy, how difficult to be simple
– Gururaj Ananda Yogi
How small a portion of our life it is that we really enjoy! In youth we are looking forward to things that are to come; in old age we are looking backward to things that are gone past; in manhood, although we appear indeed to be more occupied in things that are present, yet even that is too often absorbed in vague determinations to be vastly happy on some future day when we have time.
– C. C. Colton
How smooth must be the language of the whites, when they can make right look like wrong, and wrong like right.
– Black Hawk
How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of youth, Stolen on his wing my three-and-twentieth year
– John Milton
How strange is the lot of us mortals Each of us is here for a brief sojourn for what purpose he knows not, though he senses it. But without deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people.
– Albert Einstein
How strange! Am I already dead?”
– Eugene Botkin
How strange! When people borrow money, they bow to you and when you collect it, you have to bow to them.
– Vikrant Parsai
How sweet and soothing is this hour of calm I thank thee, night for thou has chased away these horrid bodements which, amidst the throng, I could not dissipate and with the blessing of thy benign and quiet influence now will I to my couch, although to rest is almost wronging such a night as this.
– Lord Byron
How sweet and soothing is this hour of calm! I thank thee, night! for thou has chased away these horrid bodements which, amidst the throng, I could not dissipate; and with the blessing of thy benign and quiet influence now will I to my couch, although to rest is almost wronging such a night as this.
– Lord Byron
How sweet it would be to treat men and things, for an hour, for just what they are!
– Henry David Thoreau, Simplify Simplify
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds In a believer's ear It soothes his sorrow, heals his wounds, And drives away his fears.
– John Newton
How terrible it is to have wisdom when it does not benefit those who have it.
– Sophocles, Tiresias. Oedipus the King 315
How the mother is to be pitied who hath handsome daughters! Locks, bolts, bars, and lectures of morality are nothing to them: they break through them all. They have as much pleasure in cheating a father and mother, as in cheating at cards.
– John Gay
How things look on the outside of us depends on how things are on the inside of us.
– Park Cousins
How to gain, how to keep, how to recover happiness is in fact for most men at all times the secret motive o all they do, and of all they are willing to endure.
– William Ralph Inge
How to gain, how to keep, how to recover happiness is in fact for most men at all times the secret motive of all they do, and of all they are willing to endure.
– William James
How to make God laugh: Tell him your future plans.
– Woody Allen
How to Raise your I.Q. by Eating Gifted Children
– Lewis B. Frumkes
How to win a case in court: If the law is on your side, pound on the law; if the facts are on your side, pound on the facts; if neither is on your side, pound on the table.
– Unknown
How tranquil is a coral tomb, and may the heavens grant that my companions and I be buried in no other!
– Jules Verne, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Chapter 19
How unfair the fate which ordains that those who have the least should be always adding to the treasury of the wealthy.
– Terence
How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself.
– Publilius Syrus
How use doth breed a habit in a man!
– William Shakespeare, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona", Act 5 scene 4
How use doth breed a habit in a man.
– William Shakespeare
How vain is learning unless intelligence go with it.
– Stobaeus
How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.
– Henry David Thoreau
How very dull our lives would be without literature! How very much dark and poor, how so sad and empty the world would be!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How very much horrible would it be, if achieving everything was so easy! We bear life because there is struggle!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How very paltry and limited the normal human intellect is, and how little lucidity there is in the human consciousness, may be judged from the fact that, despite the ephemeral brevity of human life, the uncertainty of our existence and the countless enigmas which press upon us from all sides, everyone does not continually and ceaselessly philosophize, but that only the rarest of exceptions do.
– Arthur Schopenhauer
How very wonderful friends the moon, the sea and the night are!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
How we dwelt in two worlds the daughters and the mothers in the kingdom of the sons.
– Adrienne Rich
How we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives.
– Annie Dillard
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
– Annie Dillard, "Winning Words" Compiled by Allen Klein Portland House, 1998
How we think shows through in how we act. Attitudes are mirrors of the mind. They reflect thinking.
– David Joseph Schwartz
How we treasure (and admire) the people who acknowledge us
– Julie Morgenstern
How we treasure (and admire) the people who acknowledge us!
– Julie Morgenstern, O Magazine, Belatedly Yours, January 2004
How we treat other people changes them, but even more so, how we treat other people changes us.
– Bryant McGill
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.
– Anne Frank
How wonderful opera would be if there were no singers.
– Gioacchino Rosini
How would it be if we discovered that aliens only stopped by earth to let their kids take a leak?
– Jay Leno
How you behave toward cats here below determines your status in Heaven.
– Robert A. Heinlein
How you feel about your future determines how you perform today.
– Brandon A. Trean
How you lose or keep your hair depends on how wisely you choose your parents.
– Edward R. Nida
How you respond to the challenge in the second half will determine what you become after the game, whether you are a winner or a loser.
– Lou Holtz
How/Where you/anyone begin in life doesn't really matter. Yes, rather the bottom line is how/where you/he/she will end up. For, surely there is an end to every human/matter. Guess what? The end of every human/matter is better off than the beginning there off (Ecclesiates 7 : 8). Now, that's why, I'm more concerned with what/how my end will be. And you too ought to be more concerned with your end rather than your beginning. Lest you forget. The end justifies the means and I strongly do believe in that in toto.
– Emeasoba George
Howard Hughes was able to afford the luxury of madness, like a man who not only thinks he is Napoleon but hires an army to prove it.
– Ted Morgan
However big the fool, there is always a bigger fool to admire him.
– Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux
However far the stream flows, it never forgets its source.
– Nigerian Proverb
However gradual the course of history, there must always be the day, even an hour and minute, when some significant action is performed for the first or last time.
– Peter Quennell
However infinite the Universe may be, our true and practical universe is still the surroundings of the house we live in.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
However long the night, the dawn will break.
– African Proverb
However many holy words you read, However many you speak, What good will they do you, If you do not act upon them?
– Buddha (563 - 483 B.C.)
However many ways there are of being alive, it is certain that there are vastly more ways of being dead, or rather not alive.
– Richard Dawkins
However mean your life is, meet it and live it do not shun it and call it hard names. Cultivate poverty like a garden herb, like sage. Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends. Things do not change, we change. Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts.
– Henry David Thoreau
However mean your life is, meet it and live it do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are the richest.
– Henry David Thoreau
However mean your life is, meet it and live it: do not shun it and call it hard names. Cultivate poverty like a garden herb, like sage. Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends. Things do not change, we change. Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts. God will see that you do want society.
– Henry David Thoreau
However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are the richest.
– Henry David Thoreau
However much we talk of the inexorable laws governing the life of individuals and of societies, we remain at the bottom convinced that in human affairs everything in more or less fortuitous. We do not even believe in the inevitability of our own death. Hence the difficulty of deciphering the present, of detecting the seeds of things to come as they germinate before our eyes. We are not attuned to seeing the inevitable.
– Eric Hoffer
However much you knock at nature's door, she will never answer you in comprehensible words.
– Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
However often you may have done them a favour, if you once refuse they forget everything except your refusal.
– Pliny the Younger
However rare true love may be, it is less so than true friendship.
– La Rochefoucauld
However small you might be, if necessary, struggle against the mountain of evils however big it may be!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
However steep or ramshackle they may be, don't ever despise the stairs which take you up to higher levels!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
However tired you are, whatever the distance is, move to your target! Even if you move as slow as a snail, you will reach there! Move! Either fast or slow, just move!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
However, never daunted, I will cope with adversity in my traditional manner ... sulking and nausea.
– Tom K. Ryan
Human animal is considered the most valuable animal to enforce/ensure each others growth
– GSAN
Human beings are born into this little span of life of which the best thing is its friendship and intimacies, and soon their places will know them no more, and yet they leave their friendships and intimacies with no cultivation, to grow as they will by the roadside, expecting them to "keep" by force of inertia.
– William James
Human beings are compelled to live within a lie, but they can be compelled to do so only because they are in fact capable of living in this way. Therefore not only does the system alienate humanity, but at the same time alienated humanity supports this system as its own involuntary master plan, as a degenerate image of its own degeneration, as a record of people's own failure as individuals.
– Václav Havel
Human beings are compelled to live within a lie, but they can be compelled to do so only because they are in fact capable of living in this way. Therefore not only does the system alienate humanity, but at the same time alienated humanity supports this system as its own involuntary masterplan, as a degenerate image of its own degeneration, as a record of people's own failure as individuals.
– Vaclav Havel
Human beings are free except when humanity needs them.
– Orson Scott Card
Human beings are full of emotion, and the teacher who knows how to use it will have dedicated learners. It means sending dominant signals instead of submissive ones with your eyes, body and voice.
– Leon Lessinger
Human Beings are just good enough to make democracy possible...just bad enough to make it neccessary.
– Reinhold Niebuhr
Human beings are not condemned, because of their biological constitution, to annihilate each other or to be at the mercy of a cruel, self-inflicted fate.
– Albert Einstein
Human beings are part of nature. Anything they do is natural. It's impossible for anything in nature to do anything unnatural.
– Philip Jose Farmer
Human beings are perhaps never more frightening than when they are convinced beyond doubt that they are right.
– Laurens Van der Post
Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen.
– Martin Mull
Human beings are the only creatures that allow their children to come back home.
– Bill Cosby
Human beings are unsatisfied beggar.
– Prakash Adhikari
Human beings cannot stand too much reality.
– Thomas S. Eliot, Four Quartets
Human beings have an inalienable right to invent themselves.
– Germaine Greer
Human beings must be known to be loved but Divine beings must be loved to be known.
– Pascal
Human beings who blind themselves to human need make themselves less human.
– William Sloane Coffin
Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.
– William James
Human beings, for all their pretensions, have a remarkable propensity for lending themselves to classification somewhere within neatly labelled categories. Even the outrageous exceptions may be classified as outrageous exceptions
– W. J. Reichmann
Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.
– Douglas Adams
Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others…
– Douglas Adams
Human brutes, like other beasts, find snares and poison in the provision of life, and are allured by their appetites to their destruction.
– Jonathan Swift
Human consciousness arose but a minute before midnight on the geological clock. Yet we mayflies try to bend an ancient world to our purposes, ignorant perhaps of the messages buried in its long history. Let us hope that we are still in the early morning of our April day.
– Stephen Jay Gould
Human development is a form of chronological unfairness, since late-comers are able to profit by the labors of their predecessors without paying the same price.
– Alexander Herzen
Human Dignity has gleamed only now and then and here and there, in lonely splendor, throughout the ages, a hope of the better men, never an achievement of the majority.
– James Thurber
Human excellence means nothing unless it works with the consent of God.
– Euripides
Human experience, like the stern-lights of a ship at sea, illumines only the path which we have passed over.
– Coleridge
Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.
– H. G. Wells
Human history’s the most funny and yet the most tragic discovery will be the discovery of the religious people that all religions are man-made! And this childish discovery will enable the pious to make an intellectual jump in upwards direction. The devout will turn into a progressive man and the history will flow faster in the progressive direction.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Human judges can show mercy. But against the laws of nature, there is no appeal.
– Arthur C. Clarke
Human kind cannot bear much reality.
– T. S. Eliot
Human kind is made up of two sexes, women and men. Is it possible that a mass is improved by the improvement of only one part and the other part is ignored? Is it possible that if half of a mass is tied to earth with chains and the other half can soar into skies?
– M.K. Ataturk
Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people. A nation does not have to be cruel to be tough.
– Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Human life is a continuous thread which each of us spins to his own pattern, rich and complex in meaning. There are no natural knots in it. Yet knots form, nearly always in adolescence.
– Henri Estienne
Human life is driven forward by its dim apprehension of notions too general for its existing language.
– Alfred North Whitehead
Human memory is a marvelous but fallacious instrument. The memories which lie within us are not carved in stone; not only do they tend to become erased as the years go by, but often they change, or even increase by incorporating extraneous features.
– Primo Levi
Human mind can grasp everything in the universe; but it cannot change everything!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Human misery is too great for men to do without faith.
– Heinrich Heine
Human nature constitutes a part of the evidence in every case.
– Elisha Potter
Human nature is not of itself vicious.
– Thomas Paine
Human nature is so important than your life
– Azhar Sabri
Human nature is so well disposed towards those who are in interesting situations, that a young person, who either marries or dies, is sure of being kindly spoken of.
– Jane Austen, Emma
Human reason has this peculiar fate that in one species of its knowledge it is burdened by questions which, as prescribed by the very nature of reason itself, it is not able to ignore, but which, as transcending all its powers, it is also not able to answer.
– Immanuel Kant, CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON
Human reason is by nature architectonic.
– Immanuel Kant, CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON
Human reason is like a drunken man on horseback; set it up on one side, and it tumbles over on the other.
– Luther
Human reason needs only to will more strongly than fate, and she is fate.
– Thomas Mann
Human rights is the soul of our foreign policy, because human rights is the very soul of our sense of nationhood.
– James Earl Jimmy Carter, Jr.
Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Human science is an uncertain guess.
– Edward G. Prior
Human speech is a cracked cauldron on which we knock out tunes for dancing bears, when we wish to conjure pity from the stars.
– Gustave Flaubert, "Madame Bovary"
Human status ought not to depend upon the changing demands of the economic process.
– Sir William Temple
Human subtelty will never devise an invention more beautiful, more simple or more direct than does Nature, because in her inventions, nothing is lacking and nothing is superfluous.
– Leonardo DaVinci
Human war has been the most successful of our cultural traditions.
– Robert Ardrey
Humanities deepest desire for knowledge is justification enough for continuing our quest. and our goal is nothing less than a complete description of the universe we live in.
– Stephen Hawking
Humanity can be quite cold to those whose eyes see the world differently.
– Eric A. Burns, Gossamer Commons, 08-24-05
Humanity does not ask us to be happy. It merely asks us to be brilliant on its behalf. Survival first, then happiness as we can manage it.
– Orson Scott Card
Humanity faces a quantum leap forward. It faces the deepest social upheaval and creative restructuring of all time. Without clearly recognizing it, we are engaged in building a remarkable new civilization from the ground up. This is the meaning of the Third Wave.
– Alvin Toffler
Humanity has advanced, when it has advanced, not because it has been sober, responsible, and cautious, but because it has been playful, rebellious, and immature.
– Tom Robbins
Humanity has won its battle. Liberty now has a country.
– Marquis de Lafayette
Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.
– Richard Buckminster Fuller
Humanity is composed but of two categories, the invalids and the nurses.
– Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Humanity is lost because people have abandoned using their conscience as their compass.
– Suzy Kassem
Humanity is not a gift of nature, it is a spiritual achievement to be earned.
– Richard Bach
Humanity is the virtue of a woman, generosity that of a man.
– Adam Smith
Humanity must have a speed of advance higher than the speed of advance of cosmic disasters or big global catastrophes!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Humanity needs practical men, who get the most out of their work, and, without forgetting the general good, safeguard their own interests. But humanity also needs dreamers, for whom the disinterested development of an enterprise is so captivating that it becomes impossible for them to devote their care to their own material profit. A well-organized society should assure to such workers the efficient means of accomplishing their task, in a life freed from material care and freely consecrated to research.
– Marie Curie
Humanity's survival does not depend on reducing differences to a common identity, but on learning to live creatively with differences.
– Unknown
Humankind cannot stand very much reality.
– T. S. Eliot
Humankind differs from the animals only by a little, and most people throw that away.
– Confucius, Roots of Wisdom 4th edition
Humankind's chief fault is that they have so many small ones.
– Jean Paul
Humans always have fear of an unknown situation -- this is normal. The important thing is what we do about it. If fear is permitted to become a paralyzing thing that interferes with proper action, then it is harmful. The best antidote to fear is to know all we can about a situation.
– John Herschel Glenn, Jr.
Humans are driven by a perpetual and restless desire of power.
– Thomas Hobbes
Humans are not proud of their ancestors, and rarely invite them round to dinner.
– Douglas Adams
Humans are so foolish--we measure ourselves by our residue.
– Leslie Miklosy
Humans are the only animals that have children on purpose with the exception of guppies, who like to eat theirs.
– P. J. O'Rourke
Humans are the only creatures that have the ability to forgive.
– Tom Zegan
Humans have a knack for choosing precisely the things that are worst for them.
– J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter
Humans live best when each has a place to stand, when each knows where he belongs in the scheme of things and what he may achieve. Destroy the place and you destroy the person.
– Frank Herbert, Dune
Humans live best when each has his place, when each knows where he belongs in the scheme of things. Destroy the place and destroy the person.
– Frank Herbert, Dune
Humans! don't get tired of their apologies and often forgive for they will always want to try 'one more last time.
– Bbira Johnson
Humans'race is just simply full of colors,but human itself is truly complicated.
– Zartarius McDade
Humilité devient une denrée rare dans le froid, le calcul et la société fière d'aujourd'hui. Il est en train de devenir une vertu oubliée, qui me fait souvent me demande "pourquoi?" à mon avis, l'humilité peut se manifester sous deux formes: l'une étant la forme interne de l'honnêteté, la vérité et l'intégrité, c'est à dire d'être honnête au sujet de qui nous sommes, et d'accepter nos strenths et les faiblesses vérité; tandis que la seconde forme étant l'un externe, qui est associée à la façon dont nous traitons les autres avec respect et dignité. Deux formes internes et externes sont interdépendants et ne peuvent simplement pas exister independenttly. Si c'est le cas, il peut expliquer pourquoi l'humilité est rare ..... c'est son manque d'honnêteté et de respect de soi qui germe sa / son manque de respect envers les autres. Accepter ses propres folies avec la plus grande honnêteté est certainement le premier pas vers l'humilité et de se rapprocher au pouvoir suprême.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Humility and full consciousness are inseparable.
– Bryant McGill
Humility is a strange thing. The minute you think you've got it, you've lost it.
– E. D. Hulse
Humility is a virtue all preach, none practise, and yet everybody is content to hear. The master thinks it good doctrine for his servant, the laity for the clergy, and the clergy for the laity.
– John Selden
Humility is becoming a scarce commodity in today's cold, calculating, and proud society. It is now becoming a forgotten virtue, which often makes me wonder "Why?" In my view, Humility can be manifested in two forms: one being the Internal form of honesty, truth and integrity, i.e. being honest about who we are, and accepting our strenths and weaknesses truthfully; while the second form being the External one, which is associated with how we treat others with respect and dignity. Both Internal and External forms are interdependent, and simply cannot exist independenttly. If that's the case, it can explain why Humility is in short supply.....it's one's lack of honesty and self-respect that germinates her/his lack of respect towards others. Accepting one's own follies with utmost honesty is surely the first step towards humility and getting closer to Supreme Power.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Humility is indeed beatness, a compulsory virtue that no one exhibits unless he has to.
– William S. Burroughs
Humility is no substitute for a good personality.
– Fran Lebowitz
Humility is not disgraceful, and carries no loss of true pride.
– Ernest Hemingway, "The Old Man and the Sea"
Humility is the ability to give up your pride and still retain your dignity.
– Vanna Bonta
Humility is the embarrassment you feel when you tell people how wonderful you are.
– Laurence Peter
Humility is to make a right estimate of one's self it is no humility for a man to think less of himself than he ought, though it might rather puzzle him to do that.
– Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Humility must always be the portion of any man who receives acclaim earned in the blood of his followers and the sacrifices of his friends.
– Dwight D Eisenhower
Humor - the perfect relationship of the parts to the whole.
– Author Unknown
Humor brings insight and tolerance. Irony brings a deeper and less friendly understanding.
– Agnes Repplier
Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but the thing dies in the process and the innards are discouraging to any but the pure scientific mind.
– E. B. White
Humor distorts nothing, and only false gods are laughed off their earthly pedestals.
– Agnes Repplier
Humor distorts nothing, and only false gods are laughed off their pedestals.
– Agnes Repplier
Humor is a rubber sword - it allows you to make a point without drawing blood.
– Mary Hirsch
Humor is a rubber sword--it allows you to make a point without drawing blood.
– Mary Hirsch
Humor is also a way of saying something serious.
– T. S. Eliot
Humor is always based on a modicum of truth. Have you ever heard a joke about a father-in-law
– Dick Clark
Humor is always based on a modicum of truth. Have you ever heard a joke about a father-in-law?
– Dick Clark
Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.
– Edward De Bono
Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquility.
– James Thurber
Humor is just another defense against the universe.
– Mel Brooks
Humor is mankind's greatest blessing.
– Mark Twain
Humor is not a mood but a way of looking at the world. So if it is correct to say that humor was stamped out in Nazi Germany, that does not mean that people were not in good spirits, or anything of that sort, but something much deeper and more important.
– Ludwig Wittgenstein
Humor is not a postscript or an incidental afterthought it is a serious and weighty part of the world's economy. One feels increasingly the height of the faculty in which it arises, the nobility of things associated with it, and the greatness of services it renders.
– Oscar W. Firkins
Humor is perhaps a sense of intellectual perspective an awareness that some things are really important, others not and that the two kinds are most oddly jumbled in everyday affairs.
– Christopher Morley
Humor is richly rewarding to the person who employs it. It has some value in gaining and holding attention. But it has no persuasive value at all.
– John Kenneth Galbraith
Humor is something that thrives between man's aspirations and his limitations. There is more logic in humor than in anything else. Because, you see, humor is truth.
– Victor Borge
Humor is the affectionate communication of insight.
– Leo C. Rosten
Humor is the first of the gifts to perish in a foreign tongue.
– Virginia Woolf
Humor is the great thing, the saving thing. The minute it crops up, all our irritations and resentments slip away and a sunny spirit takes their place.
– Mark Twain
Humor is the great thing, the saving thing. The minute it crops up, all our irritations and resentments slip away, and a sunny spirit takes their place.
– Mark Twain
Humor is the only test of gravity, and gravity of humor for a subject which will not bear raillery is suspicious, and a jest which will not bear serious examination is false wit.
– Aristotle
Humor is the only test of gravity, and gravity of humor; for a subject which will not bear raillery is suspicious, and a jest which will not bear serious examination is false wit.
– Aristotle
Humor is, I think, the sublets and chanciest of literary forms. It is surely not accidental that there are a thousand novelists, essayists, poets or journalists for each humorist. It is a long, long time between James Thurbers
– Leo Rosten
Humor is, I think, the subtlest and chanciest of literary forms. It is surely not accidental that there are a thousand novelists, essayists, poets or journalists for each humorist. It is a long, long time between James Thurbers.
– Leo C. Rosten
Humor the sons of the poor, for they give science its splendor.
– The Talmud
Humore is an affirmation of man's dignity, a declaration of man's superiority to all that befalls him.
– Romain Cary
Humorists can never start to take themselves seriously. It's literary suicide.
– Erma Bombeck
Humour is a cog in the machine we call love.
– Aaron J. Munzer
Hundred people enter more easily than a giant. A big reform passes less than a hundred of small. (Cent gens entrent mieux qu'un géant. - Une grosse réforme passe moins que cent.)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Hunger brings people down, but pride can help them get up.
– Vikrant Parsai
Hunger makes thief of any man.
– Pearl Sydenstricker Buck
Hurt him. Hurt him and save him
– Craig Pearce
Hurting people is my business.
– Sugar Ray Robinson
Husbands are awkward things to deal with even keeping them in hot water will not make them tender.
– Mary Lorraine Buckley
Husbands are like fires - they go out when unattended.
– Zsa Zsa Gabor
Husbands never become good; they merely become proficient.
– H. L. Mencken
hy doesn't the past decently bury itself, instead of sitting waiting to be admired by the present
– D. H. Lawrence
Hypens divide
– John Wayne
Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises; for never intending to go beyond promises; it costs nothing.
– Edmund Burke
Hypocrisy is the homage which vice pays to virtue.
– Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Hypocrisy is the most difficult and nerve-racking vice that any man can pursue; it needs an unceasing vigilance and a rare detachment of spirit. It cannot, like adultery or gluttony, be practiced at spare moments; it is a whole-time job.
– W. Somerset Maugham
Hypocrisy will serve as well To propagate a church as zeal; As persecution and promotion Do equally advance devotion: So round white stones will serve, they say, As well as eggs, to make hens lay.
– Butler
Hypocrisy, the lie, is the true sister of evil, intolerance, and cruelty.
– Raisa M. Gorbachev
Hypocrite The man who murdered his parents, and then pleaded for mercy on the grounds that he was an orphan.
– Abraham Lincoln
Hypothetical questions get hypothetical answers.
– Joan Baez

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