Age and youth look upon life from the opposite ends of the telescope; it is exceedingly long, it is exceedingly short. Beecher
Age bears away with it all things, even the powers of the mind. Virgil
Age before beauty; pearls before swine.
Age brings experience, and a good mind wisdom.
Age but tastes, youth devours. Dryden
Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale Her infinite variety; other women Cloy th' appetites they feed; but she makes hungry Where most she satisfies. Shakespeare: Ant. and Cleo., Act ii., Sc. 2.
Age de modo que consideres a humanidade tanto na tua pessoa quanto na de qualquer outro, e sempre como objetivo, nunca como simples meio. Immanuel Kant
Age de tal forma que a máxima do teu querer possa valer em todo o tempo também como princípio de uma legislação geral. (Kant)
Age depressa, se desejas acertar; mas pensa devagar.
Age does not give sense it only makes one go slowly.
Age does not give you good sense, it only makes you go slowly.
Age does not protect against folly.
Age does not protect from foolishness.
Age either transfigures or petrified. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
Age gives good advice when it is no longer able to give bad example.
Age imprints more wrinkles in the mind, than it does in the face, and souls are never, or very rarely seen, that in growing old do not smell sour and musty. Man moves all together, both towards his perfection and decay. Montaigne
Age is a heavy burden.
Age is a matter of mind, if you do not mind, it does not matter.
Age is a sorry travelling companion.
Age is a sorry travelling companion. Danish
Age is a tyrant who forbids at the penalty of life all the pleasures of youth. La Rochefoucauld
Age is a wicked companion.
Age is asked at a horse auction.
Age is frequently beautiful, wisdom appearing like an aftermath. Beaconsfield
Age is honorable and youth is noble.
Age is is a matter of feeling, not of years. George William Curtis
Age is like love, it cannot be hid.
Age is not all decay; it is the ripening, the swelling of the fresh life within, that withers and bursts the husk. George MacDonald
Age is rarely despised but when it is contemptible. Johnson
Age is sullied with gray hairs, but the virtue crowns them.
Age is suspicious, but is not itself often suspected. Zimmermann
Age is unnecessary. William Shakespeare (1564-1616), König Lear II, 4
Age is venerable in man and would be in woman if ever she became old. Punch
Age lasts; youth devours.
Age makes many a man white but not better. Danish
Age makes many a man whiter, but not better.
Age makes us not childish, as some say; it finds us still true children. Goethe
Age may wrinkle the face, but lack of enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.
Age quae justa sunt.
Age quod agis et bene agis. en] Do what you do and do it wel.
Age quod agis.
Age shakes Athena's tower, but spares gray Marathon. Byron
Age should think youth should act.
Age steals away all things, even the mind.Vergil, Eclogues, 9, 51
Age too, shines out, and garrulous recounts the feats of youth. Thomson
Age whitens hairs, but not sin. J. Petit-Senn
Age withers only the outside.
Age, like woman, requires fit surroundings. Emerson