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- Ludwig Borne: German-Jewish political writer and satirist
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English writer 1812-1870
Accidents will occur in the best-regulated families; and in families not regulated by that pervading influence which sanctifies while it enhances... in short, by the influence of Woman, in the lofty character of Wife, they may be expected with confidence, and must be borne with philosophy.
American author 1843-1916
Experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spider-web of the finest silken threads suspended in the chamber of consciousness, and catching every air-borne particle in its tissue.
English poet 1731-1800
Forced from home, and all its pleasures, afric coast I left forlorn; to increase a stranger's treasures, o the raging billows borne. Men from England bought and sold me, paid my price in paltry gold; but, though theirs they have enroll'd me, minds are never to be sold.
Getting rid of a delusion makes us wiser than getting hold of a truth.
American feministisch writer 1921-
If women's role in life is limited solely to housewife/mother, it clearly ends when she can no longer bear more children and the children she has borne leave home.Source: The Fountain of Age
Norwegian dramatist 1828-1906
In that second it dawned on me that I had been living here for eight years with a strange man and had borne him three children.
James Fenimore Cooper
American writer 1789-1851
It is a misfortune that necessity has induced men to accord greater license to this formidable engine, in order to obtain liberty, than can be borne with less important objects in view; for the press, like fire, is an excellent servant, but a terrible master.
American academic and social critic 1947-
It is no coincidence that while some major female artists have married, very few have borne children. The issue is not conservation of energy but imaginative integrity. Art is its own self-swelling, proof that the mind is greater than the body.Source: Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson (1990)
Benjamin E. Mays
American Baptist minister and civil rights leader 1894-1984
It must be borne in mind that the tragedy of life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goals to reach.
British critic and poet 1822-1888
Light half-believers of our casual creeds, who never deeply felt, nor clearly will d, whose insight never has borne fruit in deeds, whose vague resolves never have been fulfilled.
Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding a truth.
Henry Louis Mencken
American journalist and critic 1880-1956
Lying is not only excusable; it is not only innocent; it is, above all, necessary and unavoidable. Without the ameliorations that it offers, life would become a mere syllogism and hence too metallic to be borne.
American writer 1897-1966
Man, born of woman, has found it a hard thing to forgive her for giving him birth. The patriarchal protest against the ancient matriarch has borne strange fruit through the years.
Bernard of Clairvaux
Burgundian abbot 1090-1153
My burden is light, said the blessed Redeemer, a light burden indeed, which carries him that bears it. I have looked through all nature for a resemblance of this, and seem to find a shadow of it in the wings of a bird, which are indeed borne by the creature, and yet support her flight towards heaven.
Nothing is lasting but change; nothing perpetual but death.