A child who does not think about what happens around him and is content with living without wondering whether he lives honestly is like a man who lives from a scoundrel's work and is on the road to being a scoundrel.
A grain of poetry suffices to season a century.
To give one's life is a right only when one gives it unselfishly.
Charm is a product of the unexpected.
Like stones rolling down hills, fair ideas reach their objectives despite all obstacles and barriers. It may be possible to speed or hinder them, but impossible to stop them.
One is guilty of all abjection that one does not help to relieve.