All water flows into the ocean or into the purse of the rich.
All water runs to the sea.
All ways lead to the mill.
All we can hold in our cold dead hands is what we have given away.
All we want is to be let alone. Jefferson Davis Inagural Adress, as President of The Confederate States of America (18 Feb. 1861)
All wealth is the product of labor. Locke
All weapons of war cannot arm fear.
All weather is passing.
All weighty things are done in solitude, that is, without society. The means of improvement consist not in projects, or in any violent designs, for these cool, and cool very soon, but in patient practicing for whole long days, by which I make the thing clear to my highest reason. Richter
All which happens in the whole world happens through hope. No husbandman would sow a grain of corn if he did not hope it would spring up and bring forth the ear. How much more are we helped on by hope in the way to eternal life! Luther
All which is real now remaineth, And fadeth never: The hand which upholds it now sustaineth The soul forever. Whittier
All who become men of power reach their estate by the same self-mastery, the same self-adjustment to circumstances, the same voluntary exercise and discipline of their faculties, and the same working of their life up to and into their high ideals of life. J. G. Holland
All who have been great and good without Christianity would have been much greater and better with it. If there be, amongst the sons of men, a single exception to this maxim, the divine Socrates may be allowed to put in the strongest claim. It was his high ambition to deserve, by deeds, not by creeds, an unrevealed heaven, and by works, not by faith, to enter an unpromised land. Colton
All who have died are equal.
All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth. Aristotle
All who joy would win Must share it. - Happiness was born a twin. Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron), Don Juan (canto II, st. 172)
All who know their own minds know not their own hearts. La Rochefoucauld
All who live under the sky are woven together like one big mat.
All who snore are not asleep.
All who wait upon the Lord shall rise higher and higher upon the mighty pinions of strong devotion, and with the unblinking eye of faith, into the regions of heavenly-mindedness, and shall approach nearer and nearer to God, the Sun of our spiritual day. John Angel James
All wickedness doth begin to amend, like sour ale in summer.
All will be gay when noontide wakes anew The buttercups, the little children's dower. ROBERT BROWNING: Home-Thoughts, From Abroad.
All wîr Geld, dat 'et Wîf nig wêt. Ostfriesland Schon wieder Geld, von dem die Frau nichts weiß.
All wish to live long, but none to be called old.
All wish to possess knowledge, but few, comparatively speaking, are willing to pay the price. Juvenal
All wit and fancy, like a diamond, The more exact and curious 'tis ground, Is forced for every carat to abate As much of value as it wants in weight. Butler.
All wit is not wisdom.
All women are alike when the lamp is out.
All women are good Lutherans - they would rather preach than hear mass.
All women are good, either good for something or good for nothing.
All women are good: good for something or good for nothing.
All women are heirs to Mother Eve.
All women may be won.
All women seem by nature to be coquettes. La Rochefoucauld
All wonder is the effect of novelty upon ignorance. Johnson
All wooers are rich, and all captives poor.
All words are pegs to hang ideas on. Beecher
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. On s'abrutit à toujours travailler.
All work and no play makes Jack filthy rich.
All work is as seed sown; it grows and spreads, and sows itself anew.
All writing comes by the grace of God, and all doing and having. Emerson
All wüll'n se lang löäwen(leben), awer keiner will olt war'n.
All you can tell about a big belly is that the owner has had a lot to eat, not what he had to eat.
All you have really to do is to keep your back as straight as you can; and not think about what is upon it. The real and essential meaning of 'virtue' is that straightness of back. Ruskin
All you need is love
All you need to die is to be alive.
All your eggs have two yolks apiece, I warrant you.
All your evils proceed from yourselves! Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Confessions
All your female friends are either old or ugly; nay, more ugly than old women usually are. These you lead about in your train, and drag with you to feasts, porticos and theaters. Thus, Fabulla, you seem handsome, thus you seem young. Martial