Even such is time, that takes on trust Our youth, our joys, our all we have, And pays us but with age and dust, Who in the dark and silent grave, When we have wandered all our ways, Shuts up the story of our days! But from this earth, this grave, this dust, My God shall raise me up, I trust! Sir Walter Raleigh
Even sugar itself may spoil a good dish.
Even supposing there were some spiritual advantage in celibacy, it ought to be completely voluntary. Whately
Even that fish may be caught that strives the hardest against it.
Even the ablest pilots are willing to receive advice from passengers in tempestuous weather. Cicero
Even the ant hath its anger.
Even the autumn of beauty is beautiful. Archelaus, King of Macedon, Aphorism
Even the beggar envies the beggar.
Even the best blade will rust and grow dull unless it is cared for.
Even the best cooking pot will not produce food.
Even the best hack stumbles once.
Even the best horse needs to be spurred.
Even the best mule still saves a kick for his master.
Even the best must own patience and resignation are the pillars of human peace on earth. Young
Even the best of friends must part
Even the best of friends must part. Les meilleures choses ont une fin.
Even the best perfumes of the world lose their fragrance when you are not around me.
Even the best song becomes tiresome if heard too often.
Even the best swimmer can drown. Yiddish] Der grester shvimmer kon zikh trenken,
Even the best things are not equal to their fame. Thoreau
Even the best things ill used become evils; and, contrarily, the worst things used well prove good. Bishop Hall
Even the best tree sometimes has bad fruit.
Even the best words bring no food.
Even the best writer has to erase sometimes.
Even the best writer has to erase.
Even the big baboon curls its tail to win the respect of the little ones.
Even the blackest of them all, the crow, Renders good service as your man-at-arms, Crushing the beetle in his coat of mail, And crying havoc on the slug and snail. Longfellow
Even the blind chicken finds grains.
Even the bottom of a basket finds something to hold.
Even the brave are scared by a lion three times: first by its tracks, again by its roar, and one last time face to face.
Even the bravest men are frightened by sudden terrors. Tacitus
Even the Buddha's face, only until the third.
Even the candle seller dies in the dark.
Even the clock shows the time without knowing anything.
Even the colors of a chameleon are for survival not beauty.
Even the crazy can make some sense.
Even the crow sings with its own voice.
Even the dead in their family vaults enjoy being in large company.
Even the devil himself does not know where women sharpen their knives.
Even the devil is beautiful when he is young.
Even the devil knows what is right, but he will not do it.
Even the devil needs a friend.
Even the devil slaves for the fortunate.
Even the devil's grandmother was a nice girl when she was young.
Even the dog gets bread by wagging his tail.
Even the dog leaves the market.
Even the elephant can fan off flies with its short tail.