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I, who have preached and pamphleteered like any Encyclopedist, have to confess that my methods are of no use, and would be no use ...
Persecution was at least a sign of personal interest. Tolerance is composed of nine parts of apathy to one of brotherly love.
Many people lose their tempers merely from seeing you keep yours.
Jacques said that his master said that everything good or evil we encounter here below was written on high.
How did they meet? By chance, like everybody.... Where did they come from? From the nearest place. Where were they going? Do we kn ...
What is this world of ours? A complex entity subject to sudden changes which all indicate a tendency to destruction; a swift succe ...
How easy it is to tell tales!
The first promise exchanged by two beings of flesh was at the foot of a rock that was crumbling into dust; they took as witness fo ...
The wisest among us is very lucky never to have met the woman, be she beautiful or ugly, intelligent or stupid, who could drive hi ...
Only passions, and great passions, can raise the soul to great things. Without them there is no sublimity, either in morals or in ...
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