All things in their beeing are good for something. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All things must change To something new, to something strange. Longfellow
All things must pass
All things obey fixed laws. Lucretius
All things of this world are nothing, unless they have reference to the next.
All things on earth thus change, some up, some down; Content's a kingdom, and I wear that crown. Heywood
All things please when newly seen. / A novelty always appears handsome.
All things require skill, but an appetite. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All things seem difficult at first.
All things steam from the vein.
All things that are on earth shall wholly pass away, Except the love of God, which shall live and last for aye. Bryant
All things that are, are with more spirit chased than enjoyed. Shakespeare
All things that great men do are well done.
All things that speak of heaven speak of peace. Bailey
All things that we ordained festival, Turn from their office to black funeral; Our instruments to melancholy bells, Our wedding cheer to a sad burial feast, Our solemn hymns to sullen dirges change, Our bridal flowers serve for a buried corse, And all things change them to the contrary. Shakespeare
All things that you want others to do to you, do it to them.
All things thrive but thrice.
All things thrive with him; he eats silk and voids velvet.
All things to their owner.
All things unrevealed belong to the kingdom of mystery. J. G. Holland
All things were once impossible.
All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them. Bible
All things with which we deal preach to us. What is a farm but a mute gospel? The chaff and the wheat, weeds and plants, blight, rain, insects, sun, - it is a sacred emblem from the first furrow of spring to the last stack which the snow of winter overtakes in the fields. Emerson
All things wytes that well not fares.
All think he has yet twenty good years to come. Michel De Montaigne
All think their own geese are swans.
All this (wealth) excludes but one evil - poverty. Johnson
All this wind shakes no corn.
All this world's noise appears to me a dull, ill-acted comedy! Cowley
All those must such delights expect to share, Who for their friend think fit to take a bear. John Gay
All those things that are now held to be of the greatest antiquity were at one time new; what we to-day hold up by example will rank hereafter as precedent. Tacitus
All those who have authority to be angry in my family. Michel De Montaigne
All thoughtful men are solitary and original in themselves. Lowell
All thoughts that mould the age begin Deep down within the primitive soul. Lowell
All threateners don't fight.
All threateners don?t fight.
All time spent angry is time lost being happy.
All times are good when old.
All ting med råd.
All to whom want is terrible, upon whatever principle, ought to think themselves obliged to learn the sage maxims of our parsimonious ancestors, and attain the salutary arts of contracting expense; for without economy none can be rich, and with it few can be poor. Johnson
All tongues are not made of the same flesh.
All tongues speak of him, and the bleared sights, Are spectacled to see him: your prattling nurse Into a rapture lets her baby cry, While she chats him: the kitchen malkin pins Her richest lockram 'bout her reechy neck, Clambering the walls to eye him. stalls, bulks, windows, Are smother'd up, leads fill'd, and ridges hors'd With variable complexions; all agreeing In earnestness to see him. Shakespeare
All too good is every man's fool.
All too good is every man?s fool.
All too good is neighbor's fool.
All too good is neighbours fool.
All true development tends ever to God. Its objective aim is the restoration by the second Adam of the Divine image forfeited by the first; and, incidentally, it transmutes grief into gladness and sighs into songs. But it is always a development in Christ, since it is only 'in the unity of the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God' that any of our race can come 'unto a perfect man. J. McC. Holmes
All true manliness grows around a core of divineness. Charles H. Parkhurst
All true religion must stand on true morality. Beecher