Emanuel Wertheimer Quotes


 
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“A bad conscience is often the result of a good memory.”

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“A good thought has almost nothing to do with it.”

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“A pessimist complained: after each new experience I discover that I have been only an optimist until now.”

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“Anyone who has spirit has the disadvantage of not being able to do without it in others.”

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“Courtesy is a necessary safeguard against sincerity.”

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“Everyone hopes for an afterlife but no one looks forward to it.”

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“Fashion is ridiculous twice: once at the beginning and once at the end.”

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“Good-hearted people are 'honoured' because they do not notice that they are being taken advantage of.”

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“If all our wishes were fulfilled, things would look bad for our fellow human beings.”

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“If men had only good qualities, women would have no bad ones.”

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“In cruelty, all peoples were immediately at the highest stage of development.”

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“In matters of love, one never tires of disappointments.”

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“In the will, even the miser gives as much as he can.”

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“In this world half a happiness is already a rare happiness.”

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“Laughter is not learned, laughter is only forgotten.”

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“Love in return is often nothing but grateful vanity.”

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“Magnanimity is often also revenge – the most effective, in fact.”

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“Making better is easier than making amends.”

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“Many a man is envied of that of which he complains to himself.”

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“Many a man takes you for a thief, because you do not let him rob you.”

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“Men love out of ambition, but women love out of ambition.”

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“moral outrage; but all too often envy.”

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“More revolutions are subdued by habit than by all armed forces put together.”

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“Most writers would be read more if they had written less.”

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“Nature practiced with flowers first before she created women.”

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“One often contradicts the judgment of others, just to have one's own judgment.”

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“One would be kinder to men if one knew oneself better.”

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“Only childhood friends exist, and later one learns that this is not the case either.”

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“Original nonsense always finds its enthusiastic apostles in blockheads, who caress to understand what the sensible do not understand.”

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“Our deeds are usually nobler than our intentions, for men act like angels in comparison to their intentions.”

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“Woman is the unfathomable, incalculable mystery, the problem that we men can never hope to solve.”


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