All men are in some degree impressed by the face of the world; some men even to delight. This love of beauty is taste. Others have the same love in such excess that, not content with admiring, they seek to embody it in new forms. The creation of beauty is art. Emerson
All men are like in their lower natures; it is in their higher characters that they differ. Bovee
All men are mortal.
All men are not cast in the same mold.
All men are poets at heart. Emerson
All men are selfish, but the vain man is in love with himself. He admires, like the lover his adored one, everything which to others is indifferent. Auerbach
All men can't be first.
All men can't be masters.
All men cannot be mastgers.
All men carry about them that which is poyson to serpents: for if it be true that is reported, they will no better abide the touching with man's spittle than scalding water cast upon them: but if it happen to light within their chawes or mouth, especially if it come from a man that is fasting, it is present death. Pliny
All men commit sins.
All men desire to be immortal. Theodore Parker
All men do not admire and delight in the same objects. Horace
All men grieve, and if you ask them the reason why, they cannot tell it.
All men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others.
All men have three ears, one on the left of his head, one on the right and one in his heart.
All men must die.
All men naturally hate one another. I hold it a fact, that if men knew exactly what one says of the other, there would not be four friends in the world. Pascal
All men need something to poetize and idealize their life a little - something which they value for more than its use, and which is a symbol of their emancipation from the mere materialism and drudgery of daily life. Theodore Parker
All men row galley-way.
All men think their enemies ill men.
All men wear a disguised habit. Terence
All men who have sense and feeling are being continually helped; they are taught by every person they meet, and enriched by everything that falls in their way. The greatest is he who has been oftenest aided. Originality is the observing eye. Ruskin
All men who know not where to look for truth, save in the narrow well of self, will find their own image at the bottom, and mistake it for what they are seeking. Lowell
All men wish to be healthy, but often they do everything that's disadvantageous to their health.
All men would be masters of others, and no man is lord of himself. Goethe
All men's faces are true, whatsome'er their hands are. Shakespeare
All men's friend, no man's friend.
All men's souls are immortal, but the souls of the righteous are immortal and divine. Socrates
All men, well interrogated, answer well. Plato
All merit ceases the moment we perform an act for the sake of its consequences. Truly, in this respect 'we have our reward. Wilhelm von Humboldt
All minds quote. Old and new make the warp and woof of every moment. There is no thread that is not a twist of these two strands. * * * We quote not only books and proverbs, but art, sciences, religion, customs, and laws; nay, we quote temples and houses, tables and chairs, by imitation. * * * Emerson
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All monkeys cannot hang on one branch.
All mouth and no trousers. All talk and no action.
All musical people seem to be happy. It is the engrossing pursuit, - almost the only innocent and unpunished passion. Sydney Smith
All must respect those who respect themselves. Beaconsfield
All must yield to the weight of years; conquest is not difficult for time. Calderon
All my cake is dough.
All my experience of the world teaches me that in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred the safe side and the just side of a question is the generous side and the merciful side. Mrs. Jameson
All my eye and Betty Martin.
All my eye and my elbow.
All my goods are of silver and gold, even my copper kettle, says the boaster.
All my own experience of life teaches me the contempt of cunning, not the fear. The phrase 'profound cunning' has always seemed to me a contradiction in terms. I never knew a cunning mind which was not either shallow or on some point diseased. Mrs. Jameson