All surfeit is the father of much fast. Shakespeare
All sympathy not consistent with acknowledged virtue is but disguised selfishness. Coleridge
All systems of morality are fine. The Gospel alone has exhibited a complete assemblage of the principles of morality divested of all absurdity. It is not composed, like your creed, of a few commonplace sentences put in bad verse. Do you wish to see that which is really sublime? Repeat the Lord's Prayer. Napoleon
All tag voll und übersatt, alle wochen zweymal im badt, macht endlich ein bös hoffstatt.
All take and never give, Better die than thus to live.
All talk and no cider.
All tastes are tastes.
All temptations are found either in hope or fear.
All temptations are found in either hope or fear.
All tests are self- admins tered.
All that a man does outwardly is but the expression and completion of his inward thought. To work effectually, he must think clearly; to act nobly, he must think nobly. Intellectual force is a principal element of the soul's life, and should be proposed by every man as the principal end of his being. Channing
All that a university or final highest school can do for us is still but what the first school began doing - teach us to read. We learn to read in various languages, in various sciences; we learn the alphabet and letters of all manner of books. But the place where we are to get knowledge, even theoretic knowledge, is the books themselves. It depends on what we read, after all manner of professors have done their best for us. The true university of these days is a collection of books. Carlyle
All that are black dig not for coals.
All that are lovers of virtue, be quiet and go angling. Izaak Walton
All that breed in the mud are not eels.
All that causes one man to differ from another is a very slight thing. What is it that is the origin of beauty or ugliness, health or weakness, ability or stupidity? A slight difference in the organs, a little more or a little less bile. Yet this more or less is of infinite importance to men; and when they think otherwise they are mistaken. Vauvenargues
All that comes to the net is a fish.
All that glisters is not gold, Gilded tombs do worms infold. Shakespeare: M. of Venice, Act ii., Sc. 7.
All that glisters is not gold.
All that glisters is not gold. Cervantes
All that glitters is not gold, and all that is sticky is not tar.
All that glitters is not gold, nor all that sparkles silver.
All that glitters is not gold. / All is not gold that glitters.
All that glitters is not gold. Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or. Yiddish] Nit als vos glanst iz gold.
All that happens in the world of nature and man - every war, every peace every horn of prosperity, every horn of adversity, every election, every death, every life, every success and every failure, all change, all permanence, the perished leaf, the unutterable glory of stars - all things speak truth to the thoughtful spirit. Rufus Choate
All that has been done to weaken the foundation of an implicit faith in the Bible, as a whole, has been at the expense of the sense of religious obligation, and at the cost of human happiness. J. G. Holland
All that hath been majestical In life or death, since time began, Is native in the simple heart of all, The angel-heart of man. Lowell
All that I am, my mother made me. John Quincy Adams
All that I know is, that the facts I state Are true as truth has ever been of late. Byron
All that is allowed to Jupiter is not necessarily allowed to an ox.
All that is ancient is beautiful.
All that is great in man comes through work; and civilization is its product. Samuel Smiles
All that is human must retrograde if it do not advance. Gibbon
All that is new is fair. / Novelty always appears handsome.
All that is not given is lost.
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. Hindu Drama.
All that is rich is wise. Modern Greek
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. Seneca
All that live must die, passing through nature to eternity. Shakespeare
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), Über 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. Steele
All that philosophy can teach is to be stubborn or sullen under misfortunes. Goldsmith
All that poets sing, and grief hath known, of hopes laid waste, knells in that word 'alone.' Bulwer-Lytton
All that shakes falles not. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum