Where pride begins, love ceases. [ Lavater ]
Love decreases when it ceases to increase. [ Chateaubriand ]
When driving ceases, may we still be able
To play the shorts, putt and be comfortable. [ G. F. Carnegie ]
Admiration begins where acquaintance ceases. [ Dr. Johnson ]
Who ceases to be a friend, never was a friend.
He that ceases to be a friend never was a good one. [ Proverb ]
In love, one who ceases to be rich begins to be poor. [ Chamfort ]
Once thoroughly our own, knowledge ceases to give us pleasure. [ John Ruskin ]
That charity which longs to publish itself, ceases to be charity. [ Hutton ]
When a woman is no longer attractive she ceases to be inconstant.
Hatred does not cease by hatred at any time; hatred ceases by love. [ Buddha ]
We wish to have what we have not, and what we have ceases to please. [ Monvel ]
The world ceases to be a pleasure when it ceases to be a speculation.
There is, however, a limit at which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. [ Edmund Burke ]
The man who becomes a critic by trade, ceases in reality to be one at all. [ Henry T. Tuckerman ]
All merit ceases the moment we perform an act for the sake of its consequences.
Truly, in this respect we have our reward. [ Wilhelm von Humboldt ]
When a man and woman are married, their romance ceases and their history commences. [ Rochebrune ]
Hatred does not cease by hatred at any time; hatred ceases by, love; this is an old rule. [ Buddha ]
No wonder is greater than any other wonder, and if once explained, it ceases to be a wonder. [ Leigh Hunt ]
Love, like fire, cannot subsist without continual motion, and ceases to exist as soon as it ceases to hope or fear. [ La Roche ]
There is a mean in all things. Even virtue itself hath its stated limits; which not being strictly observed, it ceases to be virtue. [ Horace ]
A coquette is to a man what a toy is to a child: as long as it pleases him, he keeps it; when it ceases to please him, he discards it.
A man explodes with indignation when a woman ceases to love him, yet he soon finds consolation; a woman is less demonstrative when deserted, and remains longer inconsolable.
There are three wicks you know to the lamp of a man's life: brain, blood, and breath. Press the brain a little, its light goes out, followed by both the others. Stop the heart a minute, and out go all three of the wicks. Choke the air out of the lungs, and presently the fluid ceases to supply the other centers of flame, and all is soon stagnation, cold, and darkness. [ O. W. Holmes ]
Who can fathom the depth of a mother's love! No friendship so pure, so devoted; the wild storm of adversity and the bright sunshine of prosperity are all alike to her; however unworthy we may be of that affection, a mother never ceases to love her erring child. Often, when alone, as we gaze up to the starry heaven, can we in imagination catch a glimpse of the angels around the
great white throne, and among the brightest and fairest of them all is our sweet mother, ever beckoning us onward and upward to her celestial home. [ R. Smith ]