Quotations for thy

Break thy chains. [ Motto ]

Think on thy sins. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let thy words be few. [ Bible ]

Thy voice
Is a celestial melody. [ Longfellow ]

Follow thou thy choice. [ William Cullen [Bryant ]

Follow thou thy own star. [ Dante ]

Write thy wrongs in ashes. [ Sir T. Browne ]

One kindly deed may turn
The fountain of thy soul
To love's sweet day-star,
That shall over thee burn
Long as its currents roll. [ Holmes ]

Conceal thy domestic ills. [ Thales ]

Frailty, thy name is woman! [ William Shakespeare ]

Do to-day thy nearest duty. [ Goethe ]

Be still and have thy will. [ Tyndal ]

Look in thy heart and write. [ Sir P. Sidney ]

Give thy thoughts no tongue. [ Shakespeare ]

Let there be gall in thy ink. [ William Shakespeare ]

Thy will for deed I do accept. [ Du Bartas ]

Let thy vices die before thee. [ Franklin ]

It needs the overflow of heart
To give the lips full speech.
Think truly, and thy thoughts
Shall the world's famine feed; [ Horatius Bonar ]

Swell bosom, with thy fraught,
For 'tis of aspics' tongues. [ William Shakespeare, Othello, Act 3, Sc. 3 ]

A gray eye is a sly eye,
And roguish is a brown eye,-
Turn full upon me thy eye,-
Ah, how its wavelets drown one!
A blue eye is a true eye;
Mysterious is a dark one,
Which flashes like a spark-sun!
A black eye is the best one. [ W. R. Alger ]

Life's no resting, but a moving;
Let thy life be deed on deed. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Man's true, genuine estimate,
The grand criterion of his fate,
Is not - Art thou high or low?
Did thy fortune ebb or flow? [ Burns ]

Sweet sleep, with soft down
Weave thy brows an infant crown!
Sweet sleep, angel mild,
Hover over my happy child. [ William Blake ]

Thy fair hair my heart enchained. [ Sir Philip Sidney ]

O thou sculptor, painter, poet,
Take this lesson to thy heart;
That is best which lieth nearest;
Shape from that thy work of art. [ Longfellow ]

Neither bribe nor lose thy right. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Honor the Lord with thy substance.

And thy deep eyes, amid the gloom.
Shine like jewels in a shroud. [ Longfellow ]

O opportunity, thy guilt is great! [ William Shakespeare ]

Is not thy home among the flowers? [ William Cullen Bryant ]

Weep on; and, as thy sorrows flow,
I'll taste the luxury of woe. [ Moore ]

Do not the bright June roses blow
To meet thy kiss at morning hours. [ William Cullen Bryant ]

Kings have no such couch as thine,
As the green that folds thy grave. [ Tennyson ]

Come, lay thy head upon my breast,
And I will kiss thee unto rest. [ Byron ]

Put thou thy trust in God;
In duty's path go on;
Fix on His word thy steadfast eye;
So shall thy work be done. [ Martin Luther ]

And when my lips meet thine
Thy very soul is wedded unto mine. [ H. H. Boyesen ]

Go - let thy less than woman's hand
Assume the distaff - not the brand. [ Byron ]

Let thy discontents be thy secrets. [ Benjamin Franklin ]

Welcome, dear Goldenrod, once more.
Thou mimic, flowering elm!
I always think that summer's store
Hangs from thy laden stem. [ Horace H. Scudder ]

O flattery!
How soon thy smooth insinuating oil
Supples the toughest fool! [ Fenton ]

Speak truly, and each word of thine
Shall be a fruitful seed;
Live truly, and thy life shall be
A great and noble creed. [ Horatius Bonar ]

Strong Son of God, immortal Love,
Whom we that have not seen Thy face,
By faith, and faith alone, embrace,
Believing where we cannot prove. [ Alfred Tennyson ]

When darkness gathers over all,
And the last tottering pillars fall,
Take the poor dust Thy mercy warms,
And mould it into heavenly forms. [ O. W. Holmes ]

Let there be gall enough in thy ink,
Though thou write with a goose-pen. [ William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act III. Sc. 2 ]

Affliction is enamored of thy parts,
And thou art wedded to calamity. [ William Shakespeare ]

Since grief but aggravates thy loss,
Grieve not for what is past. [ Percy ]

Awake, my soul! stretch every nerve.
And press with vigor on;
A heavenly race demands thy zeal.
And an immortal crown. [ Philip Doddridge ]

Lose thy fun rather than thy friend. [ Proverb ]

Hail mildly, pleasing solitude.
Companion of the wise and good,
But from whose holy, piercing eye,
The herds of fools and villains fly;
Oh! how I love with thee to walk,
And listen to thy whispered talk,
Which innocence and truth imparts,
And meets the most obdurate hearts. [ Thomson ]

Thy peace shall be in much patience. [ Thomas a Kempis ]

Not the poet in the moment
Fancy lightens on his e'e,
Kens the pleasure, feels the rapture,
That thy presence gies to me. [ Burns ]

Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber.
Holy angels guard thy bed!
Heavenly blessings without number
Gently falling on thy head. [ Watts ]

Whence is thy learning? hath thy toil
O'er books consumed the midnight oil? [ Gay ]

Keep true to the dreams of thy youth. [ Schiller ]

What mighty woes
To thy imperial race from woman rose. [ Homer ]

Thy face the index of a feeling mind. [ Crabbe ]

O! as a bee upon the flower, I hang
Upon the honey of thy eloquent tongue. [ Bulwer ]

Hath not thy heart within thee burned,
At evening's calm and holy hour? [ S. G. Bulfinch ]

Thy plain and open nature sees mankind
But in appearance, not what they are. [ Froude ]

Redeem the misspent time that's past,
And live this day as it were thy last. [ Ken ]

As thy days, so shall thy strength be. [ Bible ]

Dust, to its narrow house beneath!
Soul, to its place on high!
They that have seen thy look in death,
No more may fear to die. [ Mrs. Hemans ]

Think not, dream not that thou livest,
If thy hand doth idly lie,
If thy soul for ever longing,
Yearn but for the by and bye. [ M. W. Wood ]

The world recedes; it disappears!
Heaven opens on my eyes! my ears
With sounds seraphic ring:
Lend, lend your wings! I mount! I fly!
O Grave! where is thy victory?
O Death! where is thy sting? [ Pope ]

Indulge, and to thy genius freely give,
For not to live at ease is not to live. [ Persius ]

Press onward through each varying hour;
Let no weak fears thy course delay;
Immortal being! feel thy power,
Pursue thy bright and endless way. [ Andrews Norton ]

Point thy tongue on the anvil of truth. [ Pindar ]

Keep thy mouth shut, but thy eyes open.

Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright,
The bridal of the earth and sky.
The dew shall weep thy fall tonight;
For thou must die. [ Herbert ]

Thou bringest the sailor to his wife.
And travell'd men from foreign lands,
And letters unto trembling hands;
And, thy dark freight, a vanish'd life. [ Tennyson ]

Thy thoughts to nobler meditations give,
And study how to die, not how to live. [ Lord Lansdowne ]

Weep no more, lady, weep no more,
Thy sorrowe is in vaine,
For violets pluckt, the sweetest showers
Will never make grow againe. [ Thos. Percy ]

Thy credit wary keep, 'tis quickly gone;
Being got by many actions, lost by one. [ Randolph ]

Look to thy mouth; diseases enter there. [ George Herbert ]

Come, and take choice of all my library,
And so beguile thy sorrow. [ William Shakespeare ]

In thy breast are the stars of thy fate. [ Friedrich Schiller ]

I am misanthropos, and hate mankind,
For thy part, I do wish thou wert a dog.
That I might love thee something. [ William Shakespeare ]

Even thou who mourn'st the daisy's fate,
That fate is thine - no distant date;
Stern Ruin's ploughshare drives elate
Full on thy bloom,
Till crush'd beneath the farrow's weight
Shall be thy doom. [ Burns ]

Soldier, rest! thy warfare over.
Dream of fighting fields no more;
Sleep the sleep that knows not breakings,
Morn of toil, nor night of waking. [ Scott ]

Keep thy friend under thy own life's key. [ William Shakespeare ]

What is this world? thy school, O Misery! [ Young ]

Guards from outward harms are sent;
Ills from within thy reason must prevent. [ John Dryden ]

O happy earth.
Whereon thy innocent feet doe ever tread! [ Spenser ]

I slept and dreamed that life was Beauty;
I woke, and found that life was Duty -
Was thy dream then a shadowy lie? [ Ellen Sturgis Hooper ]

Let gentleness thy strong enforcement be. [ William Shakespeare, As You Like It ]

To purchase Heaven has gold the power?
Can gold remove the mortal hour?
In life can love be bought with gold?
Are friendship's pleasures to be sold?
No - all that's worth a wish - a thought.
Fair virtue gives unbribed, unbought.
Cease then on trash thy hopes to bind,
Let nobler views engage thy mind. [ Dr. Johnson ]

Keep thy mind always at its own disposal. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

Weep no more, lady, weep no more.
Thy sorrow is in vain;
For violets plucked, the sweetest showers
Will never make grow again. [ Percy ]

Thy sum of duty let two words contain
(O! May they graven in thy heart remain!)
Be humble and be just. [ Prior ]

Live for today! tomorrow's light,
Tomorrow's cares shall bring to sight;
Go sleep, like closing flowers, at night,
And Heaven thy morn will bless. [ Keble ]

There is a kind of character in thy life,
That to the observer doth thy history
Fully unfold. [ William Shakespeare ]

The Present, the Present is all thou hast
For thy sure possessing;
Like the patriarch's angel hold it fast
Till it gives its blessing. [ Whittier ]

Rest thy unrest in England's lawful earth. [ William Shakespeare, Richard III ]

He's gone, and who knows how he may report
Thy words by adding fuel to the flame? [ Milton ]

Lose not thyself, nor give thy humors way;
God gave them to thee under lock and key. [ George Herbert ]

The lively Diamond drinks thy purest rays.
Collected light, compact. [ Thomson ]

Sow truth, if thou the truth wouldst reap;
Who sows the false will reap the vain;
Erect and sound thy conscience keep,
From hollow words and deeds refrain. [ Horatius Bonar ]

In silence weep, and thy convulsive sorrow
Inward keep. [ Prior ]

O woman, woman, when to ill thy mind
Is bent, all hell contains no fouler fiend. [ Homer ]

Make clean thy conscience; hide thee there. [ Quarles ]

Love not thyself, nor give thy humours way;
God gave them to thee under lock and key. [ George Herbert ]

Fantastic tyrant of the amorous heart,
How hard thy yoke! how cruel is thy dart!
Those escape thy anger who refuse thy sway,
And those are punished most who most obey. [ Prior ]

Why so large cost, having so short a lease,
Dost thou upon thy fading mansion spend? [ Shakespeare ]

And I have loved thee. Ocean! and my joy
Of youthful sports was on thy breast to be
Borne, like thy bubbles, onward; from a boy
I wanton'd with thy breakers. [ Byron ]

Misfortune, like a creditor severe.
But rises in demand for her delay;
She makes a scourge of past prosperity
To sting thee more and double thy distress. [ Young ]

O heart, love is thy bane and thy antidote. [ Madame Dudevant ]

Couldst thou both eat thy cake and have it? [ Herbert ]

Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace. [ Shakespeare ]

Give me Thy light, and fix my eyes on Thee! [ Boethius ]

O holy Night! from thee I learn to bear
What man has borne before!
Thou layest thy finger on the lips of Care,
And they complain no more. [ Longfellow ]

And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest! [ William Shakespeare ]

Thy talk is the sweet extract of all speech,
And holds mine ear in blissful slavery. [ Bailey ]

Thy wish was father, Harry, to that thought. [ William Shakespeare ]

To God, thy country, and thy friend be true. [ Vaughan ]

High minds, of native pride and force.
Most deeply feel thy pangs. Remorse!
Fear, for their scourge, mean villains have,
Thou art the torturer of the brave! [ Scott ]

Lend me thy clarion goodness! let me try
To sound the praise of merit ere it dies.
Such as I oft have chanced to espy,
Lost in the dreary shades of dull obscurity. [ Shenstone ]

Lord of the lion heart and eagle eye,
Thy steps I follow with my bosom bare,
Nor heed the storm that howls along the sky. [ Smollett ]

Oh! I will curse thee til! thy frighted soul
Runs mad with horror. [ Lee ]

The lilies faintly to the roses yield.
As on thy lovely cheek, they struggling vie. [ Hoffman ]

The foxglove, with its stately bells,
Of purple, shall adorn thy dells;
The wallflower, on each rifted rock,
From liberal blossoms shall breathe down,
(Gold blossoms frecked with iron-brown,)
Its fragrance; while the hollyhock,
The pink, and the carnation vie
With lupin and with lavender.
To decorate the fading year;
And larkspurs, many-hued, shall drive
Gloom from the groves, where red leaves lie.
And Nature seems but half alive. [ D. M. Moir ]

Divine Philosophy, by whose pure light
We first distinguish, then pursue the right;
Thy power the breast from every error frees,
And weeds out all its vices by degrees. [ Juv ]

From every blush that kindles in thy cheeks.
Ten thousand little loves and graces spring
To revel in the roses. [ Nicholas Rowe ]

'Tis but thy name that is my enemy, -
Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
What's Montague? it is not hand, nor foot.
Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part
Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!
What's in a name? that which we call a rose.
By any other name would smell as sweet. [ William Shakespeare ]

There's not a wind but whispers of thy name,
And not a flower that grows beneath the moon,
But in its hues and fragrance tells a tale
Of thee, my love. [ Barry Cornwall ]

Flesh of flesh,
Bone of my bone, thou art, and from thy state
Mine never shall be parted, bliss or woe. [ Milton ]

These are Thy glorious works. Parent of good. [ Milton ]

Thy wit is as quick as the greyhound's mouth. [ William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, Act V, Sc. 2 ]

Thyself no more deceive, thy youth hath fled. [ Petrarch ]

Brook! whose society the poet seeks,
Intent his wasted spirits to renew;
And whom the curious painter doth pursue
Through rocky passes, among flowery creeks.
And tracks thee dancing down thy waterbreaks. [ Wordsworth ]

I have sworn deep oaths of thy deep kindness,
Oaths of thy love, thy truth, thy constancy;
I have sworn thee fair. [ William Shakespeare ]

These grains of gold are not grains of wheat!
These bars of silver thou canst not eat;
These jewels and pearls and precious stones
Cannot cure the aches in thy bones,
Nor keep the feet of death one hour
From climbing the stairways of thy tower. [ Longfellow ]

Be thy sleep Silent as night is, and as deep. [ Longfellow ]

To bed, to bed; sleep kill those pretty eyes,
And give as soft attachment to thy senses,
As infants empty of all thought. [ William Shakespeare ]

Look not on pleasures as they come, but go.
Defer not the least virtue; life's poor span
Make not an ell by trifling in thy woe.
If thou do ill, the joy fades, not the pains;
If well, the pain doth fade, the joy remains. [ George Herbert ]

Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today. [ Dryden ]

What art thou? Have not I
An arm as big as thine? A heart as big?
Thy words, I grant, ate bigger, for I wear not
My dagger in my mouth. [ William Shakespeare ]

Thy spirit within thee hath been so at war.
And thus hath so bestirr'd thee in thy sleep
That beads of sweat have stood upon thy brow
Like bubbles in a late-disturbed stream:
And in thy face strange motions have appear'd,
Such as we see when men restrain their breath
On some great sudden haste. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let thy alms go before, and keep heaven's gate
Open for thee, or both may come too late. [ George Herbert ]

Happy the man, and happy he alone,
He who can call today his own;
He who, secure within, can say,
Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today. [ Dryden, after Horace ]

Gold thou may'st safely touch; but if it stick
Unto thy hands, it woundeth to the quick. [ Herbert ]

Down to the dust! and as thou rottest away,
Even worms shall perish on thy poisonous clay. [ Byron ]

Eternal Spirit of the chainless mind!
Brightest in dungeons, Liberty! thou art.
For there thy habitation is the Heart -
The Heart which love of thee alone can bind;
And when thy sons to fetters are consigned -
To fetters and the damp vault's dayless gloom,
Their country conquers with their Martyrdom,
And Freedom's fame finds wings on every wind. [ Byron ]

True, conscious honor is to feel no sin;
He's armed without that's innocent within,
Be this thy screen and this thy wall of brass. [ Horace ]

Yes, know thyself: in great concerns or small,
Be this thy care, for this, my friend, is all. [ Juvenal ]

To know the world, not love her, is thy point;
She give but little, nor that little long. [ Young ]

What art thou, thou idol ceremony?
What kind of god art thou, that suffer'st more
Of mortal griefs than do thy worshippers? [ William Shakespeare ]

But, poor old man, thou prunest a rotten tree,
That cannot so much as a blossom yield
In lieu of all thy pains and husbandry. [ William Shakespeare ]

To live thy better, let thy worst thoughts die. [ Sir Walter Raleigh ]

Do proper homage to thine idol's eyes.
But not too humbly, or she will despise
Thee and thy suit though told in moving tropes;
Disguise even tenderness, if thou art wise. [ Byron ]

There is thy gold; worse poison to men's souls. [ William Shakespeare ]

Every day in thy life is a leaf in thy history. [ Arab. Proverb ]

Fair eldest child of love, thou spotless night!
Empress of silence, and the queen of sleep;
Who, with thy black cheek's pure complexion,
Mak'st lovers' eyes enamoured of thy beauty. [ Marlowe ]

Heaven is in thy faith; happiness in thy heart. [ Arndt ]

O cursed lust of gold! when for thy sake
The fool throws up his interest in both worlds. [ Blair ]

Earth changes, but thy soul and God stand sure. [ Browning ]

Immortal art! Where'er the rounded sky
Bends over the cradle where thy children lie,
Their home is earth, their herald every tongue. [ Holmes ]

May see thee now, though late, redeem thy name.
And glorify what else is damned to fame. [ Richard Savage ]

Only a newspaper! Quick read, quick lost.
Who sums the treasure that it carries hence?
Torn, trampled under feet, who counts thy cost,
Star-eyed Intelligence. [ Mary Clemmer ]

I take thy hand, this hand,
As soft as dove's down, and as white as it;
Or Ethiopian's tooth, or the fanned snow.
That's bolted by the northern blast twice o'er. [ William Shakespeare ]

Thou need'st not answer; thy confession speaks,
Already reddening in thy guilty cheeks. [ Byron ]

Take not His name, who made thy mouth, in vain;
It gets thee nothing, and hath no excuse. [ George Herbert ]

To serve thy generation, this thy fate:
Written in- water, swiftly fades thy name;
But he who loves his kind does, first and late,
A work too great for fame. [ Mary Clemmer ]

Man, man, is thy brother, and thy father is God. [ Lamartine ]

Thou hast a grim appearance, and thy face
Bears a command in it; though thy tackle's torn,
Thou showest a noble vessel. [ William Shakespeare ]

Nor love thy life nor hate; but what thou livest
Live well; how long or short permit to heaven. [ Milton ]

Laugh not too much: the witty man laughs least:
For wit is news only to ignorance.
Less at thine own things laugh: lest in the jest
Thy person share, and the conceit advance. [ George Herbert ]

Give thy thoughts no tongue,
Nor any unproportioned thought his act.
Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar.
The friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel;
But do not dull thy palm with entertainment
Of each new-hatch'd unfledged comrade. [ William Shakespeare, Hamlet ]

Thy will be done though the heavens should fall.

With equal foot (rich friend), impartial Fate
Knocks at the cottage and the palace gate;
Life's span forbids thee to extend thy cares
And stretch thy hopes beyond thy destined years:
Night soon will seize, and you must quickly go
To storied ghosts and Pluto's house below. [ Horace ]

O melancholy, whoever yet could sound thy bottom? [ William Shakespeare ]

I see thou art implacable, more deaf
To prayers than winds and seas. Yet winds to seas
Are reconciled at length, and sea to shore:
Thy anger, unappeasable, still rages
Eternal tempest never to be calmed. [ Milton ]

Thy pleasure points the shaft, and bends the bow;
The cluster blasts, or bids it brightly glow. [ Dr. Young ]

When wrapt in fire, the realms of ether glow,
And Heaven's last thunder shakes the world below,
Thou, undismayed, shalt o'er the ruins smile,
And light thy torch at Nature's funeral pile. [ Thomas Campbell ]

So doth Thy right hand guide us through the world
Wherein we stumble. [ Robert Browning ]

Gold! gold! in all ages the curse of mankind,
Thy fetters are forged for the soul and the mind.
The limbs may be free as the wings of a bird.
And the mind be the slave of a look and a word.
To gain thee men barter eternity's crown,
Yield honour, affection, and lasting renown. [ Park Benjamin ]

In thy heart there is a holy spot,
As 'mid the waste an isle of fount and palm,
Forever green! - the world’s breath enters not.
The passion-tempest may not break its calm,
'Tis thine, all thine. [ Mrs. Hemans ]

Although it rain, cast not away thy watering-pot. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Unchangeable save in thy wild waves' play,
Time writes no wrinkle on thine azure brow;
Such as creation's dawn beheld, thou rollest now. [ Byron ]

Deceive not thy physician, confessor, nor lawyer. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Whither away, Bluebird, Whither away?
The blast is chill, yet in the upper sky,
Thou still canst find the color of thy wing.
The hue of May.
Warbler, why speed thy southern flight? ah, why,
Thou too, whose song first told us of the Spring?
Whither away? [ E. C. Stedman ]

Let thy mind still be bent, still plotting where,
And when, and how thy business may be done,
Slackness breeds worms; but the sure traveller,
Though he alights sometimes, still goeth on. [ George Herbert ]

Children like olive plants round about thy table. [ Psalm cxxviii. 3 ]

Venus, thy eternal sway all the race of men obey. [ Euripides ]

Oh! nature's noblest gift - my grey goosed quill:
Slave of my thoughts, obedient to my will,
Torn from thy parent bird to form a pen,
That mighty instrument of little men! [ Byron ]

Fulfill thy fate! Be - do - bear - and thank God. [ Bailey ]

Do not, for ever, with thy veiled lids
Seek for thy noble father in the dust;
Thou knowst 'tis common; all that lives must die.
Passing through nature to eternity. [ William Shakespeare ]

First on thy friend deliberate with thyself;
Pause, ponder, sift; not eager in the choice;
Nor jealous of the chosen; fixing, fix;
Judge before friendship, then confide till death. [ Young ]

I'll take thy word for faith, not ask thine oath;
Who shuns not to break one, will sure crack both. [ William Shakespeare ]

How shall I speak thee, or thy power address,
Thou god of our idolatry, the Press?
By thee, religion, liberty, and laws,
Exert their influence, and advance their cause:
By thee, worse plagues than Pharaoh's land befell.
Diffused, make earth the vestibule of hell;
Thou fountain, at which drink the good and wise,
Thou ever bubbling spring of endless lies,
Like Eden's dread probationary tree.
Knowledge of good and evil is from thee! [ Cowper ]

Those Friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
Grapple them to thy soul, with hooks of steel. [ William Shakespeare ]

Oh! liberty, thou goddess, heavenly bright.
Profuse of bliss, and pregnant with delight!
Eternal pleasures in thy presence reign.
And smiling plenty, leads thy wanton train;
Eased of her load, subjection grows more light
And poverty looks cheerful in the sight;
Thou makest the gloomy face of nature gay,
Giv'st beauty to the sun, and pleasure to the day. [ Addison ]

Turn, Fortune, turn thy wheel with smile or frown;
With that wild wheel we go not up or down;
Our hoard is little, but our hearts are great. [ Alfred Tennyson ]

Let thy great deeds force fate to change her mind;
He that courts fortune boldly, makes her kind. [ John Dryden ]

Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth. [ Bible ]

Obey thy parents; keep thy word justly; swear not. [ William Shakespeare ]

There is thy gold, worse poison to men's souls,
Doing more murders in this loathsome world.
Than these poor compounds that thou mayst not sell,
I sell thee poison, thou hast sold me none. [ William Shakespeare ]

So may'st thou live, till like ripe fruit thou drop
Into thy mother's lap. [ Milton ]

O happiness! our being's end and aim!
Good, pleasure, ease, content! whatever thy name;
That something still which prompts the eternal sigh
For which we bear to live, or dare to die. [ Pope ]

Genius! thou gift of Heaven! thou Light divine!
Amid what dangers art thou doom'd to shine!
Oft will the body's weakness check thy force,
Oft damp thy Vigour, and impede thy course;
And trembling nerves compel thee to restrain
Thy noble efforts, to contend with pain;
Or Want (sad guest!) will in thy presence come,
And breathe around her melancholy gloom:
To Life's low cares will thy proud thought confine,
And make her sufferings, her impatience, thine. [ Crabbe ]

Youth! youth! how buoyant are thy hopes! they turn,
Like marigolds, toward the sunny side. [ Jean Ingelow ]

Spring has no blossom fairer than thy form;
Winter no snow-wreath purer than thy mind;
The dew-drop trembling to the morning beam
Is like thy smile, pure, transient, heaven refin'd. [ Mrs. Lydia Jane Pierson ]

O friend! O best of friends! Thy absence more
Than the impending night darkens the landscape over. [ Longfellow ]

Money, thou bane and bliss and source of woe,
Whence com'st thou, that thou art so fresh and fine?
I know thy parentage is base and low:
Man found thee poor and dirty in a mine. [ Herbert ]

Oh, Love, how perfect is thy mystic art,
Strengthening the weak, and trampling on the strong! [ Byron ]

Eternal Hope! when yonder spheres sublime
Pealed their first notes to sound the march of Time,
Thy joyous youth began - but not to fade -
When all thy sister planets have decayed; [ Thomas Campbell ]

Think not thy own shadow longer than that of others. [ Sir Thomas Browne ]

The spell is thine that reaches
The heart, and makes the wisest head its sport;
And there's one rare, strange virtue in thy speeches,
The secret of their mastery - they are short. [ Halleck ]

God gave thy soul brave wings; put not those feathers
Into a bed to sleep out all ill weathers. [ Herbert ]

Be ignorance thy choice where knowledge leads to woe. [ Beattie ]

Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul,
As the swift seasons roll!
Leave thy low-vaulted past!
Let each new temple, nobler than the last.
Shut thee from Heaven with a dome more vast,
Till thou at length art free,
Leaving thine outgrown shell by life's unresting sea. [ Oliver Wendell Holmes ]

Although the sun shines, leave not thy cloak at home. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

But zeal moved thee; To please thy gods thou didst it! [ Milton ]

Lord, shall we grumble, when thy flames do scourge us?
Our sins breathe fire; that fire returns to purge us.
Lord, what an alchemist art thou, whose skill
Transmutes to perfect good from perfect ill! [ Francis Quarles ]

In thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty. [ William Shakespeare ]

Thine own friend, and thy father's friend, forsake not. [ Bible ]

The Image of Eternity - the throne
Of the Invisible; even from out thy slime
The monsters of the deep are made; each zone
Obeys thee; thou goest forth, dread, fathomless, alone. [ Byron ]

Well - peace to thy heart, though another's it be;
And health to that cheek, though it bloom I not for me. [ Thomas Moore ]

Choose none for thy servant who have served thy betters. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of woman. [ Bible ]

Thou hast death in thy house, and dost bewail another's. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Twine round thee threads of steel, like thread on thread,
That grow to fetters, or bind down thy arms
With chains concealed in chaplets. Oh, not yet
Mayst thou embrace thy corselet, nor lay by
Thy sword; not yet, O Freedom, close thy lids
In slumber; for thine enemy never sleeps.
And thou must watch and combat till the day
Of the new earth and heaven. [ Bryant ]

Sweet babe, in thy face Soft desires I can trace.
Secret joys and secret smiles. Little pretty infant wiles. [ William Blake ]

Give not wantonly a dishonorable nickname to thy neighbor. [ Rabbi Eliazar ]

Thy wit is as quick as the greyhound's mouth - it catches. [ William Shakespeare ]

Wisdom! I bless thy gentle sway, and ever, ever will obey. [ Mrs. Barbauld ]

Guard well thy thoughts: our thoughts are heard in heaven. [ Young ]

The evil which issues from thy mouth falls into thy bosom. [ Spanish Proverb ]

Thy head is as full of quarrels as an egg is full of meat. [ William Shakespeare ]

Call me pet names, dearest! Call me thy bird.
That flies to thy breast at one cherishing word,
That folds its wild wings there, ne'er dreaming of flight.
That tenderly sings there in loving delight!
Oh! my sad heart keeps pining for one fond word,
Call me pet names, dearest! Call me thy bird! [ Mrs. Osgood ]

Search others for their virtues, and thyself for thy vices. [ Fuller ]

O, happy youth! for whom thy fate reserved so fair a bride. [ Dryden ]

In all thy quarrels, leave open the door of reconciliation. [ Old Persian Saying ]

Mark how there still has run, inwoven from above,
Through thy life's darkest woof, the golden thread of love. [ R. C. Trench ]

Rest not in an ovation, but in a triumph over thy passions. [ Sir Thomas Browne ]

Let an ill man lie in thy straw and he looks to be thy heir. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

The latest gospel in this world is, know thy work and do it. [ Carlyle ]

Cling to thy native land, for it is the land of thy fathers! [ Schiller ]

Thy wit is a very bitter sweeting; it is a most sharp sauce. [ William Shakespeare ]

If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small. [ Proverbs ]

Leaning on Him, make with reverent meekness His own thy will. [ Whittier ]

Keep the doors of thy mouth from her that lieth in thy bosom. [ Bible ]

Make temperance thy companion, so shall health sit on thy brow. [ Dodsley ]

O sleep, why dost thou leave me? why thy visionary joys remove? [ Congreve ]

Thy soul's flight, If it find heaven, must find it out tonight. [ William Shakespeare ]

Guard thy heart on this weak side, where most our nature fails. [ Addison ]

Upon the heat and flame of thy distemper sprinkle cool patience. [ William Shakespeare ]

Follow not truth too near the heels, lest it dash out thy teeth. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

If thou art something, bring thy soul and interchange with mine. [ Schiller ]

Oh, give me thy hand, one writ with me in sour misfortune's book- [ William Shakespeare ]

Neither praise nor dispraise thyself: thy actions serve the turn. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Music! - O, how faint, how weak, language fades before thy spell! [ Moore ]

Thou hastenest down between the hills to meet me at the road.
The secret scarcely lisping of thy beautiful abode
Among the pines and mosses of yonder shadowy height.
Where thou dost sparkle into song, and fill the woods with light. [ Lucy Larcom ]

If thou desire to be held wise, be so wise as to hold thy tongue. [ Quarles ]

Make not thy friends too cheap to thee, nor thyself to thy friend. [ Fuller ]

O solitude! where are the charms that sages have seen in thy face? [ Cowper ]

Time is lord of thee: Thy wealth, thy glory, and thy name are his. [ Thomas Love Peacock ]

Who sweeps a room, as for Thy laws, makes that and the action fine. [ George Herbert ]

Within this wall of flesh There is a soul counts thee her creditor.
And with advantage means to pay thy love. [ William Shakespeare ]

Be a man!
Bear thine own burden; never think to thrust thy fate upon another. [ Robert Browning ]

Let grace and goodness be the principle loadstone of thy affections. [ Dryden ]

Thy shape in every part so clean as might instruct the sculptor's art. [ Dryden ]

Lose not thy own for want of asking for it: 'twill get thee no thanks. [ Thomas Fuller ]

Thy attributes, how endearing! how parental! all loving, all forgiving. [ Hosea Ballou ]

We are charmed by neatness of person; let not thy hair be out of order. [ Ovid ]

Yet do I fear thy nature; It is too full of the milk of human kindness. [ William Shakespeare ]

Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life. [ Bible ]

O lady, nobility is thine, and thy form is the reflection of thy nature! [ Euripides ]

Learn to hold thy tongue. Five words cost Zacharias forty weeks silence. [ Fuller ]

Ever keep thy promise, cost what it may; this it is to be true as steel. [ Charles Reade ]

Keep thy shop, and thy shop will keep thee.Light gains make heavy purses.
'Tis good to be merry and wise. [ George Chapman ]

Descend a step in choosing thy wife; ascend a step in choosing thy friend. [ The Talmud ]

O love! only a few rays of thy sacred fire radiate in this exhausted world! [ Voltaire ]

O youth! thou often tearest thy wings against the thorns of voluptuousness! [ Victor Hugo ]

I will look on the stars and look on thee, and read the page of thy destiny. [ L. E. Landon ]

Upon thy cheek lay I this zealous kiss, as seal to the indenture of my love. [ William Shakespeare ]

So live, that thy young and glowing breast can think of death without a sigh. [ Eliza Cook ]

If thou modestly enjoy thy fame, thou art not unworthy to rank with the holy. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds soon choke up the unused path. [ Scandinavian proverb ]

Not alone to know, but to act according to thy knowledge, is thy destination. [ Fichte ]

How blunt are all the arrows of thy quiver in comparison with those of guilt! [ Blair ]

Thou shalt go to thy fathers in peace, thou shalt be buried in a good old age. [ Genesis ]

Let me wipe off this honorable dew, that silverly doth progress on thy cheeks. [ William Shakespeare ]

Take the advice of a faithful friend, and submit thy inventions to his censure. [ Thomas Fuller ]

Go, wiser thou! and in thy scale of sense weigh thy opinion against Providence. [ Pope ]

If thy brother trespass against thee, rebuke him; and if be repent, forgive him. [ Bible ]

Thou shoreless flood, which in thy ebb and flow claspest the limits of mortality. [ Shelley ]

Let thy child's first lesson be obedience, and the second will be what thou wilt. [ Ben. Franklin ]

To attain the height and depth of Thy eternal ways, all human thoughts come short. [ Milton ]

O popular applause! what heart of man is proof against thy sweet, seducing charms? [ Cowper ]

Let thy mind's sweetness have its operation upon thy body, clothes, and habitation. [ George Herbert ]

God! thy pity must have been profound when this miserable world emerged from chaos! [ A. de Musset ]

O Fortune, how thy restless, wavering state has fraught with cares my troubled wit! [ Queen Elizabeth ]

Thou hast betrayed thy secret as a bird betrays her nest, by striving to conceal it. [ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ]

Whatever sorrows may be thy doom, bear them with patience, if necessity entail them. [ Homer ]

If thy daughter marry well, thou hast found a son; if not, thou hast lost a daughter. [ Quarles ]

Verily, O man, with truth for thy theme, eloquence shall throne thee with archangels. [ Tupper ]

I clasp thy waist, I feel thy bosom's beat - oh, kiss me into faintness sweet and dim! [ Alexander Smith ]

Hail, Memory, hail! in thy exhaustless mine from age to age unnumbered treasures shine. [ Rogers ]

Auspicious Hope! in thy sweet garden grow wreaths for each toil, a charm for every woe. [ Campbell ]

Teach not thy lip such scorn; for it was made for kissing, lady, not for such contempt. [ William Shakespeare ]

The Word is very nigh unto thee, in thy mouth, and in thy heart, that thou mayest do it. [ Bible ]

Thy wife is a constitution of virtues: she's the moon, and thou art the man in the moon. [ Congreve ]

When wealthy, show thy wisdom not to be to wealth a servant, but make wealth serve thee. [ Sir J. Denham ]

Beauty, frail flower that every season fears, blooms in thy colors for a thousand years. [ Pope ]

Cudgel thy brains no more about it, for your dull ass will not mend his pace with beating. [ William Shakespeare, Hamlet ]

Open thy gate of mercy, gracious God! My soul flies through these wounds to seek out thee. [ William Shakespeare ]

An old age serene and bright, and lovely as a Lapland night, shall lead thee to thy grave. [ Wordsworth ]

Consider man, weigh well thy frame; the king, the beggar, are the same; dust formed us all. [ Gay ]

Gold is Caesar's treasure, man is God's; thy gold hath Caesar's image, and thou hast God's. [ Quarles ]

O sweet past! sometimes remembrance raises thy long veil, then we weep in recognizing thee! [ Mme. Louise Labe ]

Eat not thy heart; which forbids to afflict our souls, and waste them with vexatious cares. [ Plutarch ]

O, brother man! fold to thy heart thy brother, where pity dwells, the peace of God is there. [ Whittier ]

Long, glorious locks, which drop upon thy cheek like gold-hued cloudflakes on the rosy morn. [ Bailey ]

Let it make no difference to thee whether thou art cold or warm, if thou art doing thy duty. [ Marcus Aurelius ]

Very pleasant hast thou been unto me; thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women. [ Bible ]

A faint blush melting through the light of thy transparent cheek like a rose-leaf bathed in dew. [ Whittier ]

Thy eye can make the world dark or bright for thee; as thou look'st on it, it will weep or laugh. [ Rückert ]

Fond fool! six feet shall serve for all thy store, and he that cares for most shall find no more. [ Bishop Hall ]

Be work by day, guests at eve, weeks of toil, festive days of joy, the magic spell for thy future. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Mistake not. Those pleasures are not pleasures that trouble the quiet and tranquillity of thy life. [ Jeremy Taylor ]

This day which thou fearest so much, and which thou callest thy last, is the birthday of an eternity. [ Seneca ]

These shall be thy arts, to lay down the law of peace, to spare the conquered, and to subdue the proud. [ Virgil ]

Be not too familiar with thy servants; at first it may beget love, but in the end it will breed contempt. [ Fuller ]

What, though thou wert rich and of high esteem, dost thou yield to sorrow because of thy loss of fortune? [ Hitopadesa ]

It is thy duty oftentimes to do what thou wouldst not; thy duty, too, to leave undone that thou wouldst do. [ Thomas a Kempis ]

Take thou the beam out of thine own eye; then shalt thou see clearly to take the mote out of thy brother's. [ Jesus ]

Act always so that the immediate motive of thy will may become a universal rule for all intelligent beings. [ Kant ]

Never esteem anything as of advantage to thee that shall make thee break thy word or lose thy self-respect. [ Marcus Aurelius ]

Pleasure has its time; so, too, has wisdom. Make love in thy youth, and in old age, attend to thy salvation. [ Voltaire ]

Child of mortality, whence comest thou? Why is thy countenance sad, and why are thine eyes red with weeping? [ Anna Letitia Barbauld ]

Lord, what music hast thou provided for thy saints in heaven, when thou affordest bad men such music on earth! [ Izaak Walton ]

If thou wouldst attain to thy highest, go look upon a flower; what that does willessly, that do thou willingly. [ Schiller ]

Why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but perceivest not the beam that is in thine own eye? [ Bible ]

Never add artificial heat to thy body by wine or spice until thou findest that time hath decayed thy natural heat. [ Sir Walter Raleigh ]

Proportion thy charity to the strength of thy estate, lest God proportion thy estate to the weakness of thy charity. [ Quarles ]

O Music! how it grieves me that imprudence, intemperance, gluttony, should open their channels into thy sacred stream. [ Landor ]

There is one penny saved in four, between buying in thy necessity, and when the markets and seasons are fittest for it. [ Lord Burleigh ]

Thou canst withstand fate, but many a time it gives blows. Will it not go out of thy way, why then, go thou out of its. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

O mighty Caesar! dost thou lie so low? Are all thy conquests, glories, triumphs, spoils, shrunk to this little measure? [ William Shakespeare ]

O form! how oft dost thou with thy case, thy habit, wrench awe from fools, and tie the wiser souls to thy false seeming! [ William Shakespeare ]

First cast the beam out of thine own eye, and then thou shalt see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye. [ Jesus ]

Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy, but not expressed in fancy; rich, not gaudy; for the apparel oft proclaims the man. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let go quarrel and contention, nor embroil thyself in trouble and differences by being over-solicitous in thy own defence. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

Thou awakest us to delight in Thy praise; for Thou madest us for Thyself, and our heart is restless until it repose in Thee. [ Augustine ]

If thou marry beauty, thou bindest thyself all thy life for that which, perchance, will neither last nor please thee one year. [ Raleigh ]

Voltaire inscribed on a statue of Love: Whoever thou art, behold thy master! He rules thee, or has ruled thee, or will rule thee!

O place! O form, how often dost thou with thy case, thy habit, wrench awe from fools, and tie the wiser souls to thy false seeming! [ William Shakespeare ]

If thou kiss Wisdom's cheek and make her thine, she will breathe into thy lips divinity, and thou, like Phoebus, shalt speak oracle. [ Decker ]

One lamp, thy mother's love, amid the stars shall lift its pure flame changeless, and before the throne of God burn through eternity. [ N. P. Willis ]

Demean thyself more warily in thy study than in the street. If thy public actions have a hundred witnesses, thy private have a thousand. [ Quarles ]

Thou art never at any time nearer to God than when under tribulation; which He permits for the purification and beautifying of thy soul. [ Miguel Molinos ]

To be impatient at the death of a person concerning whom it was certain he must die is to mourn because thy friend was not born an angel. [ Jeremy Taylor ]

Obey thy genius, for a minister it is unto the throne of fate. Draw to thy soul, and centralize the rays which are ground of the Divinity. [ Bailey ]

To despond is to be ungrateful beforehand. Be not looking for evil. Often thou drainest the gall of fear while evil is passing thy dwelling. [ Tupper ]

O cursed lust of gold; when for thy sake The fool throws up his interest in both worlds, First starved in this, then damn'd in that to come. [ Blair ]

O, be sick, great greatness, and bid thy ceremony give thee cure! Thinkest thou the fiery fever will go out with titles blown from adulation? [ William Shakespeare ]

Not the mountain ice, congealed to crystals, is so frosty chaste as thy victorious soul, which conquers man, and man's proud tyrant, passion. [ Dryden ]

Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life, [ Marcus Aurelius ]

Sweet flower, thou tellest how hearts as pure and tender as thy leaf, as low and humble as thy stem, will surely know the joy that peace imparts. [ Percival ]

How can we learn to know ourselves? Never by reflection, but only through action. Essay to do thy duty, and thou knowest at once what is in thee. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not onto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. [ Bible ]

If thou art rich, thou art poor; for, like an ass whose back with ingots bows, thou bearest thy heavy riches but a journey, and death unloads thee. [ William Shakespeare ]

Even out of a cloudless heaven the flaming thunderbolt may strike; therefore in thy days of joy have a fear of the spiteful neighbourhood of misfortune. [ Friedrich Schiller ]

If money be not thy servant, it will be thy master. The covetous man cannot so properly be said to possess wealth, as that it may be said to possess him. [ Bacon ]

Sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave like one that wraps the drapery of his couch about him, and lies down to pleasant dreams. [ Bryant ]

Is thy friend angry with thee? Then provide him an opportunity of showing thee a great favor. Over that his heart must needs melt, and he will love thee again. [ Richter ]

Famine is in thy cheeks. Need and oppression starveth in thine eyes. Contempt and beggary hang upon thy back; The world is not thy friend, nor the world's law. [ William Shakespeare ]

Up, up, fair bride! and call thy stars from out their several boxes; take thy rubies, pearls, and diamonds forth, and make thyself a constellation of them all. [ Donne ]

Measure not thyself by thy morning shadow, but by the extent of thy grave; and reckon thyself above the earth by the line thou must be contented with under it. [ Sir T. Browne ]

O Love! when thou findest thy true apostles on earth united in kisses, thou commandest their eyelids to close like veils, that they may not see their happiness! [ A. de Musset ]

When I cast my bread to the birds on the shores, the waves seemed to say: Hope! for, when thou comest to want, God will return thy bread! God still owes it to me. [ Hegesippe Moreau ]

Slander and detraction can have no influence, can make no impression, upon the righteous Judge above. None to thy prejudice, but a sad and fatal one to their own. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

Do not believe that a book is good, if in reading it thou dost not feel more contented with thy existence, if it does not rouse up in thee most generous feelings. [ Lavater ]

Since not only judgments have their awards, but mercies their commissions, snatch not at every favour, nor think thyself passed by if they fall upon thy neighbour. [ Sir T. Browne ]

O jealousy, thou ugliest fiend of hell! thy deadly venom preys on my vitals, turns the healthful hue of my fresh cheek to haggard sallowness, and drinks my spirit up. [ Hannah More ]

Think of living! Thy life, wert thou the pitifullest of all the sons of earth, is no idle dream, but a solemn reality. It is thy own; it is all thou hast to front eternity with. [ Carlyle ]

Man, it is not thy works, which are mortal, infinitely little, and the greatest no greater than the least, but only the spirit thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. [ Carlyle ]

To divert at any time a troublesome fancy, run to thy books; they presently fix thee to them, and drive the other out of thy thoughts. They always receive thee with the same kindness. [ Fuller ]

Gold is Caesar's treasure, man is God's; thy gold hath Caesar's image, and thou hast God's; give, therefore, those things unto Caesar which are Caesar's, and unto God which are God's. [ Quarles ]

Obey thy parents, keep thy word justly; swear not; commit not with man's sworn spouse; set not thy sweet heart on proud array. Keep thy foot out of brothels, thy pen from lenders' books. [ William Shakespeare ]

When thou forgivest, - the man who has pierced thy heart stands to thee in the relation of the sea-worm that perforates the shell of the mussel which straightway closes the wound with a pearl. [ Richter ]

Child of earth and earthly sorrows - child of God and immortal hopes - arise from thy sadness, gird up the loins of thy mind, and with unfaltering energy press toward thy rest and reward on high. [ E. L. Magoon ]

Be neither too early in the fashion, nor too long out of it, nor too precisely in it; what custom hath civilized is become decent, till then ridiculous; where the eye is the jury thy apparel is the evidence. [ Quarles ]

However powerful one may be, whether one laughs or weeps, none can make thee speak, none can open thy hand before the time, O mute phantom, our shadow! specter always masked, ever at our side, called Tomorrow. [ Victor Hugo ]

Art thou beautiful? Live, then, in accordance with the curious work and frame of the creation, and let the beauty of thy person teach thee to beautify thy mind with holiness, the ornament of the beloved of God. [ Penn ]

Learn, O student, the true wisdom. See yon bush aflame with roses, like the burning bush of Moses. Listen, and thou shalt hear, if thy soul be not deaf, how from out it, soft and clear, speaks to thee the Lord Almighty. [ Hafiz ]

If opinion hath lighted the lamp of thy name, endeavor to encourage it with thy own oil, lest it go out and stink; the chronical disease of popularity is shame: if thou be once up, beware: from fame to infamy is a beaten road. [ Quarles ]

What money creates, money preserves: if thy wealth decays, thy honor dies; it is but a slippery happiness which fortunes can give, and frowns can take: and not worth the owning which a night's fire can melt, or a rough sea can drown. [ Quarles ]

Let the fear of a danger be a spur to prevent it; he that fears otherwise gives advantage to the danger; it is less folly not to endeavor the prevention of the evil thou fearest than to fear the evil which thy endeavor cannot prevent. [ Quarles ]

A spark is a molecule of matter, yet may it kindle the world; vast is the mighty ocean, but drops have made it vast. Despise not thou small things, either for evil or for good; for a look may work thy ruin, or a word create thy wealth. [ Tupper ]

Give not thy tongue too great a liberty, lest it take thee prisoner. A word unspoken is like the sword in the scabbard, thine; if vented, thy sword is in another's hand. If thou desire to be held wise, be so wise as to hold thy tongue. [ Quarles ]

Cast forth thy act, thy word, into the ever-living, ever-working universe. It is a seed-grain that cannot die; unnoticed today, it will be found flourishing as a banyan-grove, perhaps, alas! as a hemlock forest, after a thousand years. [ Carlyle ]

O Truth! pure and sacred virgin, when wilt thou be worthily revered? O Goddess who instructs us, why didst thou put thy palace in a well? When will our learned writers, alike free from bitterness and from flattery, faithfully teach us life? [ Voltaire ]

Give thy friend counsel wisely and charitably, but leave him to his liberty whether he will follow thee or no; and be not angry if thy counsel be rejected, for advice is no empire, and he is not my friend that will be my judge whether I will or no. [ Jeremy Taylor ]

How oft my guardian angel gently cried, Soul, from thy casement look, and thou shalt see How he persists to knock and wait for thee! And, O! how often to that voice of sorrow, Tomorrow we will open, I replied. And when the morrow came I answered still, Tomorrow. [ Tome Burguillos ]

If thy friends be of better quality than thyself, thou mayest be sure of two things: the first, that they will be more careful to keep thy counsel, because they have more to lose than thou hast; the second, they will esteem thee for thyself, and not for that which thou dost possess. [ Sir W. Raleigh ]

Be very circumspect in the choice of thy company. In the society of thine equals thou shalt enjoy more pleasure; in the society of thy superiors thou shalt find more profit. To be the best in the company is the way to grow worse; the best means to grow better is to be the worst there. [ Quarles ]

Deliberate long before thou consecrate a friend; and when thy impartial judgment concludes him worthy of thy bosom, receive him joyfully, and entertain him wisely; impart thy secrets boldly, and mingle thy thoughts with his; he is thy very self; and use him so; if thou firmly think him faithful, thou makest him so. [ F. Quarles ]

Truth does not consist in minute accuracy of detail, but in conveying a right impression; and there are vague ways of speaking that are truer than strict facts would be. When the Psalmist said, "Rivers of water run down mine eyes, because men keep not thy law," he did not state the fact but he stated a truth deeper than fact and truer. [ Dean Alford ]

Hair is the most delicate and lasting of our materials, and survives us, like love. It is so light, so gentle, so escaping from the idea of death, that, with a lock of hair belonging to a child or friend, we may almost look up to heaven and compare notes with the angelic nature, - may almost say, I have a piece of thee here not unworthy of thy being now. [ Leigh Hunt ]

In Goethe's drama, Iphigenia defends her chastity, ascribing her firmness to the gods. No god hath said this: thine own heart hath spoken, answered Thoas, the king. They only speak to us through our heart, she replies. Have not I the right to hear them too? he rejoins. Thy storm of passion drowns the gentle whisper, adds the maiden, and closes all debate. [ Bartol ]

Let the foundation of thy affection be virtue, then make the building as rich and as glorious as thou canst; if the foundation be beauty or wealth, and the building virtue, the foundation is too weak for the building, and it will fall: happy is he, the palace of whose affection is founded upon virtue, walled with riches, glazed with beauty, and roofed with honor. [ Quarles ]

Take the title of nobility which thou hast received by birth, but endeavor to add to it another, that both may form a true nobility. There is between the nobility of thy father and thine own the same difference which exists between the nourishment of the evening and of the morrow. The food of yesterday will not serve three for today, and will not give thee strength for the next. [ Jamakchari ]

If thy desire to raise thy fortunes encourage thy delights to the casts of fortune, be wise betimes, lest thou repent too late; what thou gettest, thou gainest by abused providence; what thou losest, thou losest by abused patience; what thou winnest is prodigally spent; what thou losest is prodigally lost; it is an evil trade that prodigality drives; and a bad voyage where the pilot is blind. [ Quarles ]

O God, whom the world misjudges, and whom everything declares! listen to the last words that my lips pronounce! If I have wandered, it was in seeking Thy law. My heart may go astray, but it is full of Thee! I see, without alarm, eternity appear; and I can not think that a God who has given me life, that a God who has poured so many blessings on my days, will, now that my days are done, torment me for ever! [ The last prayer of Voltaire ]

If thy mother be a widow, give her double honor, who now acts the part of a double parent; remember her nine month's burden, and her tenth month's travel; forget not her indulgence, when thou didst hang upon her tender breast; call to mind her prayers for thee before thou earnest into the world; and her cares for thee when thou wert come into the world; remember her secret groans, her affectionate tears, her broken slumbers, her daily fears, her nightly frights; relieve her wants, cover her imperfections, comfort her age, and the widow's husband will be the orphan's father. [ F. Quarles ]

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