The voting will continue until results improve.
Whereof one may not speak, thereof one sees a great deal.
To act one must disregard some of the possible consequences of one’s actions: this we call morality.
The imposing edifice of accepted opinion is surrounded by a narrow, rather weedy patch of lawn: this is acceptable opinion. It is barely visible from a distance and will soon vanish altogether.
Not a few men combine a thorough grounding in the principles of an art with no taste in it whatever. The principles are not forgotten; on the contrary, they are applied to excess.
When you can’t be frank, be clever, and when you can’t be clever, be quiet.
Under the skin we are not alike at all, and if we understood each other better would quarrel more.
Of the Seven Deadly Sins, no one can properly manifest more than five: Sloth, Pride, and Envy remain eternally at war.
Intelligence does not improve one’s thoughts, but it does increase their variance.
One should feel especially flattered by an insincere compliment.