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God strung up his own son like a side of veal. I shudder to think what he would do to me. ~ Marquis De Sade
De Pouilly quotes by Marquis De Sade
unchanging truth, that unless we become as little children in the doing of our Heavenly Father's Will, we cannot enter into our Eternal Home. ~ Therese De Lisieux
De Pouilly quotes by Therese De Lisieux
I hear nothings, I speak nothings, I take interest in nothing and from nothing to nothing I travel gently down the dull way which leads to becoming nothing. ~ Marie Anne De Vichy-Chamrond, Marquise Du Deffand
De Pouilly quotes by Marie Anne De Vichy-Chamrond, Marquise Du Deffand
The most mistrustful are often the greatest dupes. ~ Jean Francois Paul De Gondi
De Pouilly quotes by Jean Francois Paul De Gondi
A great democratic revolution is taking place in our midst. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
De Pouilly quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
My favourite novel is Frederick Forsythe's Day Of The Jackal, the story about the unproven case of this apparent Englishman who was hired to assassinate De Gaulle.... ~ Charles Kennedy
De Pouilly quotes by Charles Kennedy
It is incontestable that music induces in us a sense of the infinite and the contemplation of the invisible. ~ Victor De Laprade
De Pouilly quotes by Victor De Laprade
WikiLeaks is irritating and annoying for Germany, but not a threat. From an international perspective, I see their actions as totally irresponsible. ~ Thomas De Maiziere
De Pouilly quotes by Thomas De Maiziere
Woman softens her own troubles by generously solacing those of others. ~ Francoise D'Aubigne, Marquise De Maintenon
De Pouilly quotes by Francoise D'Aubigne, Marquise De Maintenon
Hope encourages men to endure and attempt everything; in depriving them of it, or in making it too distant, you deprive them of their very soul. ~ Maurice De Saxe
De Pouilly quotes by Maurice De Saxe
Most anger stems from feelings of weakness, sadness and fear: hard to remember when one is at the receiving end of its defiant roar. ~ Alain De Botton
De Pouilly quotes by Alain De Botton
I think kindness, out of all virtues, is the best quality to have. ~ Melissa De La Cruz
De Pouilly quotes by Melissa De La Cruz
As soon as you give your heart to something new you will immediately be able to think in a way that is new. ~ John De Ruiter
De Pouilly quotes by John De Ruiter
When I was a little girl, I believed in fairy tales and one of the dreams I had was someday dancing alongside my prince. Asher's that guy for me. He's my dream and my wish come true. He's my prince. ~ Lisa De Jong
De Pouilly quotes by Lisa De Jong
All the evils of France have been produced less by the perversity of the wicked and the violence of fools than by the hesitation of the weak, the compromises of conscience, and the tardiness of patriotism. Let every deputy, every Frenchman show what he feels, what he thinks, and we are saved! ~ Marquis De Lafayette
De Pouilly quotes by Marquis De Lafayette
Sermons seldom convert sinners; they sometimes goad them into more sin. ~ Salvador De Madariaga
De Pouilly quotes by Salvador De Madariaga
As a matter of fact, when it comes to seeing, men display two tendencies: they see what they wish to see, what is useful to them, what is agreeable. The second is the tendency toward inhibition; they do not see what they do not wish to see, what is useless to them, or disagreeable. ~ Remy De Gourmont
De Pouilly quotes by Remy De Gourmont
I am alone all day, I read a little but it gives me a headache. I draw and I paint, as much as I can, so much so that my hand gets tired and when it begins to get dark I wait to see if Jeanne d'Armagnac [one of the cousins] will come and sit by my bed. She comes sometimes and tries to distract me and play with me, and I listen to her speak without daring to look at her, she is so tall and so beautiful! And I am neither tall nor beautiful. ~ Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec
De Pouilly quotes by Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec
The important thing in life is not victory but combat; it is not to have vanquished but to have fought well. ~ Pierre De Coubertin
De Pouilly quotes by Pierre De Coubertin
I went to NYU for acting, for six years. I thought acting was the easy way out or in because I didn't put in enough effort in school, being a crazy kid in college. But, I was good at it, so that was the other side of it. I would love to direct. What I've learned from being on set is more how to deal with actors than even the visual part of it all. ~ Drea De Matteo
De Pouilly quotes by Drea De Matteo
I passionately love liberty, legality, respect for rights, but not democracy. That is what I find in the depth of my soul. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
De Pouilly quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
The plague of man is boasting of his knowledge. ~ Michel De Montaigne
De Pouilly quotes by Michel De Montaigne
The harmonious efforts which our guitarists produce unconsciously represent one of the marvels of natural art. ~ Manuel De Falla
De Pouilly quotes by Manuel De Falla
The real index of civilization is when people are kinder than they need to be. ~ Louis De Bernieres
De Pouilly quotes by Louis De Bernieres
Every man bears the whole stamp of the human condition. ~ Michel De Montaigne
De Pouilly quotes by Michel De Montaigne
All is not gold that glisters. ~ Miguel De Cervantes
De Pouilly quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
The good God does not need years to accomplish His work of love in a soul; one ray from His Heart can, in an instant, make His flower bloom for eternity. ~ Therese De Lisieux
De Pouilly quotes by Therese De Lisieux
God teaches the soul by pains and obstacles, not by ideas. ~ Jean-Pierre De Caussade
De Pouilly quotes by Jean-Pierre De Caussade
I am proposing to you as a rallying emblem the letter V, because V is the first letter of the words 'Victoire' in French, and 'Vrijheid' in Flemish ... the Victory which will give us back our freedom, the Victory of our good friends the English. Their word for Victory also begins with V. As you see, things fit all round. ~ Victor De Laveleye
De Pouilly quotes by Victor De Laveleye
Philosopher, orator, apostle, legislator, warrior, conqueror of ideas, restorer of rational dogmas, of a cult without images, the founder of twenty terrestrial empires and of one spiritual empire: that is MUHAMMAD. As regards all the standards by which human greatness may be measured, we may well ask IS THERE ANY MAN GREATER THAN HE? ~ Alphonse De Lamartine
De Pouilly quotes by Alphonse De Lamartine
In America the majority raises formidable barriers around the liberty of opinion; within these barriers an author may write what he pleases, but woe to him if he goes beyond them. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
De Pouilly quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
The health of the soul is something we can be no more sure of than that of the body; and though a man may seem far from the passions, yet he is in as much danger of falling into them as one in a perfect state of health of having a fit of sickness. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
De Pouilly quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
No nation has friends only interests. ~ Charles De Gaulle
De Pouilly quotes by Charles De Gaulle
The cunningest dissimulation is when a man pretends to be caught in the traps others set for him; and a man is never so easily over-reached as when he is contriving to over-reach others. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
De Pouilly quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
[P]ersons who love very much, easily take offense at trifles. No doubt your excessive affection for me makes you a little diffident about mine. But there is no harm done; I hope you will soon be over this slight jealousy and be convinced that nothing can change the genuine affection Our Lord has given me for you ~ Vincent De Paul
De Pouilly quotes by Vincent De Paul
Out of the ruined lodge and forgotten mansion, bowers that are trodden under foot, and pleasure-houses that are dust, the poet calls up a palingenesis. ~ Thomas De Quincey
De Pouilly quotes by Thomas De Quincey
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