Everything in the past died yesterday, and everything in the future is born today.
Everything in the world may be endured, except only a succession of prosperous days. Goethe
Everything in this world depends upon will. Beaconsfield
Everything in time comes to him who knows how to wait.
Everything is as you take it.
Everything is beautiful once the eye likes the view.
Everything is better than owning nothing.
Everything is done by immutable laws, and our destiny is already recorded. Voltaire
Everything is for sale, even friendship.
Everything is for the best to this best of possible worlds. Voltaire
Everything is formed by habit, even praying.
Everything is funny as long as it happens to someone else.
everything is going to rack and ruin (o. is going down the sink)
Everything is good as it is.
Everything is good but only in its time. Yiddish] Alts iz gut nor in der tseit.
Everything is good for something.
Everything is good in its season.
Everything is mere opinion. Marcus Antoninus
Everything is not all peaches and cream.
Everything is of every year.
Everything is of use to a housekeeper.
Everything is pardoned the brave.
Everything is pretty that is young. Richardson
Everything is pretty when it is young.
Everything is prospective, and man is to live hereafter. That the world is for his education is the only sane solution of the enigma. Emerson
Everything is pure for the one who is pure.
Everything is small at the beginning and then grows; except trouble, which is big at the beginning and still grows.
Everything is sold to skill and labor; and where nature furnishes the materials, they are still rude and unfinished, till industry, ever active and intelligent, refines them from their brute state, and fits them for human use and convenience. Hume
Everything is sweetened by risk. Alexander Smith
Everything is the worse for wearing.
Everything is well done that is well taken.
Everything is worn out with usage - except for experience.
Everything is worth seeing once, and the more one sees the less one either wonders or admires. Chesterfield
Everything living comes from the egg.
Everything made by man may be destroyed by man; there are no ineffaceable characters except those engraved by nature; and nature makes neither princes nor rich men nor great lords. Rousseau