All truly wise thoughts have been thought already thousands of times; but to make them truly ours, we must think them over again honestly, till they take firm root in our personal experience. Goethe
All truth are not to be told.
All truth is not to be told at all times.
All truth is precious, if not all divine; and what dilates the powers must needs refine. Cowper
All truth is valuable, and satirical criticism may be considered as useful when it rectifies error and improves judgment. He that refines the public taste is a public benefactor. Johnson
All truth must not be told at all times.
All truths are not good to be uttered.
All truths are not to be told.
All Unglück muss ein Ende han, es kann nicht stäts auf einen schla'n. bm] A co, v&277;&269;n&277; bíti nebudou: n&277;kdy sami ustanou.
All unnecessary vows are folly, because they suppose a prescience of the future, which has not been given us. Johnson
All uns decket einmal Nacht, Alle wir gehen einmal Pfade des Todes. Horaz (65-8 v. Chr.), Oden I, 28
All unser redlichstes Bemühn Glückt nur im unbewussten Momente. Wie möchte denn die Rose blühn, Wenn sie der Sonne Herrlichkeit erkennte! Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), Zahme Xenien, Nr 3 (1824)
All unser Übel kommt daher, dass wir nicht allein sein können. Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860), Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit
All unser Unglück kommt daher, dass wir nicht allein sein können. Jean de La Bruyère (1645-1696), Charaktere
All unsere Freuden sind kurzlebig und gewähren uns ihren Zauber nur hin und wieder. Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774), Der Weltbürger
All unserem Elend, das uns berührt, das uns nach der Kehle greift, zum Trotz haben wir einen Instinkt, der uns erhebt, den wir nicht unterdrücken können. Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), Gedanken
All unwarrantable delights have an ill farewell.
All Unzucht ist gern darbey, wo sich last finden füllerey. la] Impletus uenter, uult luxuriari libenter.
All venture, all lose.
All verden er fuld af narre; jeg og da løbe i med.
All verloren weisheit in eyns armen manss heupt.
All violence, all that is dreary and repels, is not power, but the absence of power. Emerson
All virtue lies in a power of denying our own desires where reason does not authorize them. Locke
All virtue lies in individual action, in inward energy, in self-determination. The best books have most beauty. Channing
All Vorteil gellen, sagte der Bauer, und umfuhr den Zoll. Oberlausitz
All waiting is long.
All wald have all, all wald forgive.
All want to be lords, but none want to carry the bag.
All war follow a demonstrate failure of difficulty diplomacy.
All was ended now, the hope and the fear and the sorrow, all the aching of heart, the restless, unsatisfied longing, all the dull, deep pain, and constant anguish of patience. Longfellow
All was fair at the ball of Scone.
All was prepared - the fire, the sword, the men To wield them in their terrible array. The army, like a lion from his den, March'd forth with nerves and sinews bent to slay - A human Hydra, issuing from its fen To breathe destruction on its winding way, Whose heads were heroes, which cut off in vain, Immediately in others grew again. Byron
All wat gôd rükt (riecht), kümmt von mî, säd de Aptheker, dôr harr he in de Büx schäten. info] Auf die, welche sich gern selbst loben und weiß brennen.
All wat ik mien Koh un mien Mann geev, sä de Buurfro, kriegt ick wedder. info] Alles, was ich meiner Kuh und meinem Mann gebe, sagte die Bäuerin, kriege ich wieder.
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)