For a more than miffed Midnight, fate was for emperors, fools and soppy lovers: - fate was the self-important egotism of those doing well, the sheer unbearable arrogance of the living and loved.
A person is a fool to become a writer. His only compensation is absolute freedom.
You will rarely make wise decisions if you surround yourself with fools
For in Paris, whenever God puts a pretty woman there (the streets), the Devil, in reply, immediately puts a fool to keep her.
In history, as elsewhere, fools rush in, and the angels may perhaps be forgiven if rather than tread in those treacherous paths they tread upon the fools instead.
Any fool can hope when success lies plainly in view. It wants genuine strength to hope when matters are hopeless.
Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain--and most do.
A man who trusts everyone is a fool and a man who trusts no one is a fool. We are all fools if we live long enough.
We fool ourselves so much we could do it for a living.
To expect to be kissed having bad breath is the secret of a fool.
Wise men profit more by fools than fools by wise men.
If it's true what is said, that only the wise discover the wise, then it must also be true that the lone wolf symbolizes either the biggest fool on the planet or the biggest Einstein on the planet.
Bitter people are not interested in what you say, but what you hide.
We all know we're one day closer to the end when we wake up in the morning. We just kid ourselves that it's not happening.
A knavish speech sleeps in a fool's ear.
The fool who knows his folly Becomes wise by that fact.But the fool who thinks he's wise - He's called 'a fool' indeed!
Even if lifelong A fool attends upon a wise man,He no more knows dhammas Than a spoon knows the flavours of soup.Even if for a moment An intelligent man attends upon a wise man,He quickly knows dhammas As the tongue knows the flavours of soup.
The problem with the wise is they are so filled with doubts and questions while fools are so certain about things.
Labeled fools to the world are geniuses to the cosmos.
It never hurts a fool to appear before anaudience, for his capacity is not a capacity for feeling.
Fools make feasts and wise men eat them.
A fool with a heart and no sense is just as unhappy as a fool with sense and no heart.
Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools that don't have brains enough to be honest.
The world loves to be amused by hollow professions, to be deceived by flattering appearances, to live in a state of hallucination; and can forgive everything but the plain, downright, simple, honest truth.
The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes.