Everything appertaining to the angler's art is cowardly, cruel, treacherous, and cat-like. Chatfield
Everything at the proper time.
Everything beautiful is lovable. Latin
Everything beautiful is loveable.
Everything breaks of delicacy, but man of rudeness.
Everything can be justified until it happens to you.
Everything changes; everything stays the same.
Everything comes if a man will only wait. Beaconsfield
Everything comes round.
Everything comes to him who waits.
Everything comes to the man who does not need it.
Everything comes, if a man will only wait.
Everything dear is a woman's fancy.
Everything dies, and on this spring morning, if I lay my ear to the ground, I seem to hear from every point of the compass the heavy step of men who carry a corpse to its burial. Madame de Gasparin
Everything does not fall that totters.
Everything ends in weeping. Yiddish] Altsding lozt zikh ois mit a gevain.
Everything goes better with a smile.
Everything goes by favour and cousinship.
Everything goes down the slope and everyone is inclined to the worst.
Everything goes to him who does not want it.
Everything goes to loose ends where there ain't no women.
Everything goes, everything changes. Greek
Everything good in a man thrives best when properly recognized. J. G. Holland
Everything good in life is either illegal, immoral, or fattening.
Everything great is not always good, but all good things are great. Demosthenes
Everything happens for a reason.
Everything has a pattern and a partner.
Everything has a wherefore.
Everything has an end -- except a sausage, which has two.
Everything has an end except God.
Everything has an end with the exception of God.
Everything has an end, and a pudding has two.
Everything has an end, only sausage has two.
Everything has an end.
Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it. Confucius
Everything has its day.
Everything has its season.
Everything has its time.
Everything has many faces and several aspects. Michel De Montaigne
Everything has two handles (or two sides).
Everything has two handles.
Everything has two handles; the one soft and manageable, the other such as will not endure to be touched. If then your brother do you an injury, do not take it by the hot hard handle, by representing to yourself all the aggravating circumstances of the fact; but look rather on the soft side, and extenuate it as much as is possible, by considering the nearness of the relation, and the long friendship and familiarity between you - obligations to kindness which a single provocation ought not to dissolve. And thus you will take the accident by its manageable handle. Epictetus
Everything hath an ear, and a pitcher has two.
Everything hath an end, and a pudding hath two.
Everything helps, quoth the wren, when she pissed in the sea.
Everything holy is before what is unholy; guilt presupposes innocence, not the reverse; angels, but not fallen ones, were created. Hence man does not properly rise to the highest, but first sinks gradually down from it, and then afterwards rises again; a child can never be considered too innocent and good. Richter