Beware of your habits. The better they are the more surely they will be your undoing.
No man is ever old enough to know better.
When in doubt, risk it
Pedantry is the dotage of knowledge
Your library is your portrait.
Never put off till tomorrow the book you can read today.
A good book is always on tap; it may be decanted and drunk a hundred times, and it is still there for further imbibement.
History proves there is no better advertisement for a book than to condemn it for obscenity.
Fear of corrupting the mind of the younger generation is the loftiest form of cowardice.
The end of reading is not more books but more life.
The time to read is any time: no apparatus, no appointment of time and place, is necessary. It is the only art which can be practiced at any hour of the day or night, whenever the time and inclination comes, that is your time for reading; in joy or sorrow, health or illness.
Those who seek happiness miss it, and those who discuss it, lack it.
Suffer fools gladly; they may be right.