All aphorisms

Every step forward in the development of a thought and morals is immoral, until it receives the recognition of the majority.

George Bernard Shaw

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Morality Society Thought

The entire value of the society depends on what opportunities it provides for individual development.

Albert Einstein

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Society

To know how to hide one`s ability is great skill.

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Knowledge

The best friend will probably acquire the best wife, because a good marriage is founded on the talent for friendship.

Friedrich Nietzsche

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Friendship

The only problem with having nothing to do is you can`t stop and rest.

Franklin Pierce Jones

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Wit

The future is purchased by the present.

Samuel Johnson

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Future

In rivers and bad governments, the lightest things swim at the top.

Benjamin Franklin

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Politics State

Women are nothing but machines for producing children.

Napoleon I

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Women

Trust not him that seems a saint.

Thomas Fuller

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Behavior Relations

Love and doubt have never been on speaking terms.

Kahlil Gibran

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Love

Method is the arithmetic of success.

Henry Wheeler Shaw

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Success

Girls and women are like red foxes - they are as weak and as crafty.

Ambrose Bierce

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Wit Women

Ready money is Aladdin`s lamp.

George Gordon Byron

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Money

A man is what he thinks about all day long.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Men Thought

If love is blind, why is lingerie so popular?

Dorothy Parker

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Love Wit

There are three true friends: an old wife, an old dog and cash.

Benjamin Franklin

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Friendship

While it is true that an inherently free and scrupulous person may be destroyed, such an individual can never be enslaved or used as a blind tool.

Albert Einstein

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Liberty Men

The difference between news and gossip lies in whether you raise your voice or lower it.

Franklin Pierce Jones

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Wit

A man can`t be too careful in the choice of his enemies.

Oscar Wilde

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Men Wit

Speak low if you speak love.

William Shakespeare

Aphorisms of the author
By theme: Love

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