All duties are matter of conscience, with this restriction that a superior obligation suspends the force of an inferior one. L'Estrange
All earthly delights are sweeter in expectation than enjoyment; but all spiritual pleasures more in fruition than expectation. Feltham
All earthly goods we have only on loan.
All earthly pleasures perish in sorrow. Scotland
All eine Straße müssen wir; allen rauscht Die Urn' in Umschwung: früher oder später fällt Das Los des Schicksals, uns zum ewig , Währenden Bann in den Kahn zu setzen. Horaz (65-8 v. Chr.), Oden
All envy is proportionate to desire. Johnson
All erdlie plesure finisseth wt wo. Scotland
All euer girrendes Herzeleid Tut lange nicht so weh Wie Winterkälte im dünnen Kleid, Die bloßen Füße im Schnee. Ada Christen, Not
All evil, in fact the very existence of evil, is inexplicable until we refer to the paternity of God. It hangs a huge blot in the universe until the orb of divine love rises behind it. In that apposition we detect its meaning. It appears to us but a finite shadow as it passes across the disk of infinite light. Chapin
All excess is ill, but drunkenness is of the worst sort. It spoils health, dismounts the mind, and unmans men. It reveals secrets, is quarrelsome, lascivious, impudent, dangerous and bad. William Penn
All experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. Thomas Jefferson
All extremes are error. The reverse of error is not truth, but error still. Truth lies between these extremes. Cecil
All fails that fools thinks.
All false practices and affections of knowledge are more odious to God, and deserve to be so to men, than any want or defect of knowledge can be. Sprat
All fame is dangerous: good bringeth envy: bad, shame.
All fear has much imagination and little talent.
All fear is bondage.
All fear is in itself painful, and when it conduces not to safety, is painful without use. Every consideration, therefore, by which groundless terrors may be removed adds something to human happiness. Johnson
All feet tread not in one shoe.
All feete tread not in one shoe. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All fellows at football.
All fellows, Jock and the Laird.
All fight for a piece of bread. Yiddish] Es shlogen zikh aleh far di shtikeleh challeh.
All finery is a sign of littleness. Lavater
All fingers are not similar. / No like is the same.
All fire and tow.
All fish are not caught with flies
All fish are not caught with flies.
All flesh doth frailty breed! Spenser
All flesh is not venison. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All flowers are not fit for nosegays.
All flowers are not in one garden.
All flowers are not in one garland.
All flowers of Spring are not May's own; The crocus cannot often kiss her; The snow-drop, ere she comes, has flown - The earliest violets always miss her. Lucy Larcom
All flows out from the Deity, and all must be absorbed in Him again. Zoroaster
All flute-players are mad; when once they begin to blow, away goes reason.
All food is fit to eat, but not all words are fit to speak.
All fool or all philosopher.
All fools are brothers.
All for one and one for all.
All for viis regieren ey wel, verden regieren med ringe viisdom.
All foreign wisdom doth amount to this, To take all that is given, whether wealth, Or love, or language; nothing comes amiss: A good digestion turneth all to health. Herbert
All fred giøres evig, dog den tit varer stakket.
All free governments are managed by the combined wisdom and folly of the people. James A. Garfield
All free governments are party governments. James A. Garfield
All free governments, whatever their name, are in reality governments by public opinion; and it is on the quality of this public opinion that their prosperity depends. Lowell
All Freundschaft auch weit übertrifft Ein fromm Weib, das nichts Böses stift't. Georg Rollenhagen (1542-1609), Froschmeuseler
All friends round the Wrekin, not forgetting the trunkmaker and his son Tom.