All that is old is not therefore necessarily excellent; all that is new is not despicable on that account alone. Let what is really meritorious be pronounced so by the candid judge after due investigation; blockheads alone are influenced by the opinion of others.
All that is rich is wise.
All that is round is not a cake.
All that is said in the parlour should not be heard in the hall.
All that lies betwixt the cradle and the grave is uncertain.
All that live must die, passing through nature to eternity.
All that lives must die.
All that Mankind has done, thought, gained or been: it is lying as in magig preservation in the pages of Books.
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), ▄ber Helden, Heldenverehrung (1840)
All that meal comes not from your own sack.
All that nature has prescribed must be good; and as death is natural to us, it is absurdity to fear it. Fear loses its purpose when we are sure it cannot preserve us, and we should draw resolution to meet it from the impossibility to escape it.
All that philosophy can teach is to be stubborn or sullen under misfortunes.
All that poets sing, and grief hath known, of hopes laid waste, knells in that word 'alone.'
All that shakes falles not.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All that the mind would shrink from, of excesses;
All that the body perpetrates, of bad;
All that we read, hear, dream, of man's distresses;
All that the devil would do, if run stark mad;
All that defies the worst which pen expresses
All by which hell is peopled, or is sad
As hell - mere mortals who their power abuse -
Was here (as heretofore and since) let loose.
All that the wisdom of the proud can teach is to be stubborn or sullen under misfortune.
All that tread the globe are but a handful to the tribes that slumber in its bosom.
All that tread
The globe are but a handful to the tribes
That slumber in its bosom. Take the wings
Of morning, and the Barcan desert pierce,
Or lose thyself in the continuous woods
Where rolls the Oregon, and hears no sound
Save his own dashings, - yet the dead are there;
And millions in those solitudes, since first
The flight of years began, have laid them down
In their last sleep: the dead reign there alone.
All that we are is made up of our thoughts; it is founded on our thoughts, it is made up of our thoughts. If a man speak or act with a pure thought, happiness will follow him, like a shadow that never leaves him.
All that we are is the result of what we have thought; it is founded on our thoughts, it is made up our thoughts. If a man speaks or acts with an evil thought, pain follows him, as the wheel follows the foot of him who draws the carriage.
All that you get you may put in your eye, and see never the worse.
All that's bright must fade -
The brightest still the fleetest;
All that's sweet was made
But to be lost when sweetest.
All that's fair must fade.
All that's mine I carry with me.
All that's said in the kitchen should not be told in the hall.
All that's well lasts short.
All the Armes of England will not arme feare.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All the arts which belong to polished life have some common tie, and are connected as it were by some relationship.
All the arts, which have a tendency to raise man in the scale of being, have a certain common band of union, and are connected, if I may be allowed to say so, by blood-relationship with one another.
All the best things and treasures of this world are not to be produced by each generation for itself; but we are all intended, not to carve our work in snow that will melt, but each and all of us to be continually rolling a great white gathering snow-ball, higher and higher, larger and larger, along the Alps of human power.
All the blessings of a household come through the wife, therefore should her husband honour her.
All the brains are not in one head.
All the bread, I have eaten, was not bak'd in one oven.
All the carts that come to Crowland are shod with silver.
All the colours of the rainbow.
All the contagion of the south light on you,
You shames of Rome! you herd of - boils and plagues
Plaster you o'er; that you may be abhorr'd
Further than seen, and one infect another
Against the wind a mile!
All the craft is in the catching.
All the crimes on earth do not destroy so much of the human race, nor alienate so much property as drunkenness.
All the day you'll have good luck.
All the dogs follow the salt bitch.
All the elements, whose aid man calls in, will sometimes become his masters.
All the ends of human felicity are secured without revenge, for without it we are permitted to restore ourselves; and therefore it is against natural reason to do an evil that no way co-operates the proper and perfective end of human nature. And he is a miserable person, whose good is the evil of his neighbor; and he that revenges in many cases does worse than he that did the injury; in all cases as bad.
All the fairy tales of Aladdin, or the invisible Gyges, or the talisman that opens kings' palaces, or the enchanted halls underground or in the sea, are only fictions to indicate the one miracle of intellectual enlargement.
All the fat is in the fire.
All the fingers are not alike.
All the flowers of tomorrow are in the seeds of yesterday.
All the fruit is not found in just one field.
All the glory and beauty of Christ are manifested within, and there He delights to dwell; His visits there are frequent, His condescension amazing, His conversation sweet, His comforts refreshing; and the peace that He brings passeth all understanding.
Thomas Ó Kempis
All the good maxims which are in the world fail when applied to one's self.
All the good of which humanity is capable is comprised in obedience.
John Stuart Mill
All the good things of this world are no further good to us than as they are of use; and whatever we may heap up to give to others, we enjoy only as much as we can use, and no more.