It is wisdom in prosperity, when all is as thou wouldn't have it, to fear and suspect the worst.
The nearer people approach old age the closer they return to a semblance of childhood, until the time comes for them to depart this life, again like children, neither tired of living nor aware of death.
I hate one that remembers what's done over the cup.
Surely there is nothing so ungracious, nor nothing so cruel, but men will hold therewith, if it be once approved by custom.
The entire world is my temple, and a very fine one too, if I'm not mistaken, and I'll never lack priests to serve it as long as there are men.
We being satiate with continual wars, let the desire of peace a little move us.
Nothing doth worse become a man (I will not say a Christian man) than war.
Your library is your paradise.