Changeful Famous Quotes & Sayings

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29 Changeful Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Changeful Sayings By Sarah Doudney: There are women to whom nature has granted the gift of silent emotion. They have There are women to whom nature has granted the gift of silent emotion. They have mobile faces, changeful eyes, soft lips, which express joy or desolation naturally, and with the charm of perfect simplicity and truth. — Sarah Doudney
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Changeful Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: ... the Lake of Shining Waters was blue - blue - blue; not the changeful ... the Lake of Shining Waters was blue - blue - blue; not the changeful blue of spring, nor the pale azure of summer, but a clear, steadfast, serene blue, as if the water were past all modes and tenses of emotion and had settled down to a tranquillity unbroken by fickle dreams. — L.M. Montgomery
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Changeful Sayings By Honore De Balzac: Love is the most melodious of all harmonies and the sentiment of love is innate. Love is the most melodious of all harmonies and the sentiment of love is innate. Woman is a delightful instrument of pleasure, but it is necessary to know its trembling strings, to study the position of them, the timid keyboard, the fingering so changeful and capricious which befits it. — Honore De Balzac
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Changeful Sayings By Mark Twain: To trust the God of the Bible is to trust an irascible, vindictive, fierce and To trust the God of the Bible is to trust an irascible, vindictive, fierce and ever fickle and changeful master. — Mark Twain
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Changeful Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: He is very changeful and abrupt." "True: no doubt he may appear so to a He is very changeful and abrupt." "True: no doubt he may appear so to a stranger, but I am so accustomed to his manner, I never think of it; and then, if he has peculiarities of temper, allowance should be made." "Why?" "Partly because it is his nature - and we can none of us help our nature; and partly because he has painful thoughts, no doubt, to harass him, and make his spirits unequal. — Charlotte Bronte
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Changeful Sayings By William Shakespeare: Sometimes we are devils to ourselves When we will tempt the frailty of our powers, Sometimes we are devils to ourselves When we will tempt the frailty of our powers, Presuming on their changeful potency. — William Shakespeare
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Changeful Sayings By Erasmus Darwin: Till o'er the wreck, emerging from the storm, Immortal Nature lifts her changeful form: Mounts Till o'er the wreck, emerging from the storm, Immortal Nature lifts her changeful form: Mounts from her funeral pyre on wings of flame, And soars and shines, another and the same. — Erasmus Darwin
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Changeful Sayings By Jack London: How strange and changeful is life! How small a thing is needed to make or How strange and changeful is life! How small a thing is needed to make or ruin us! — Jack London
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Changeful Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Individually, men may present a more or less rational appearance, eating, sleeping, and scheming. But Individually, men may present a more or less rational appearance, eating, sleeping, and scheming. But humanity a a whole is changeful, mystical, fickle, delightful. Men are men, but Man is a woman. — G.K. Chesterton
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Changeful Sayings By Stefan Zweig: Just as an astronomer, alone in an observatory, watches night after night through a telescope Just as an astronomer, alone in an observatory, watches night after night through a telescope the myriads of stars, their mysterious movements, their changeful medley, their extinction and their flaming-up anew, so did Jacob Mendel, seated at his table in the Cafe Gluck, look through his spectacles into the universe of books, a universe that lies above the world of our everyday life, and, like the stellar universe, is full of changing cycles. — Stefan Zweig
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Changeful Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Fortune is proverbially called changeful, yet her caprice often takes the form of repeating again Fortune is proverbially called changeful, yet her caprice often takes the form of repeating again and again a similar stroke of luck in the same quarter. — Charlotte Bronte
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Changeful Sayings By Robert Penn Warren: How life is strange and changeful, and the crystal is in the steel at the How life is strange and changeful, and the crystal is in the steel at the point of fracture, and the toad bears a jewel in its forehead, and the meaning of moments passes like the breeze that scarcely ruffles the leaf of the willow. — Robert Penn Warren
Changeful Sayings By Virgil: Womankind Is ever a fickle and a changeful thing. Womankind Is ever a fickle and a changeful thing. — Virgil
Changeful Sayings By Walter Scott: Thy resolution may fluctuate on the wild and changeful billows of human opinion, but mine Thy resolution may fluctuate on the wild and changeful billows of human opinion, but mine is anchored on the Rock of Ages. — Walter Scott
Changeful Sayings By Tacitus: The changeful change of circumstances.[Lat., Varia sors rerum.] The changeful change of circumstances.
[Lat., Varia sors rerum.] — Tacitus
Changeful Sayings By J. Allan Hobson: Amid the welter of vague political abstractions ... where meanings shift so quickly and so Amid the welter of vague political abstractions ... where meanings shift so quickly and so subtly, not only following changes of thought, but often manipulated artificially by political practitioners so as to obscure, expand, or distort ... a certain broad consistency in its relations to other kindred terms is the nearest approach to definition which such a term as Imperialism admits. Nationalism, internationalism, colonialism, its three closest congeners, are equally elusive, equally shifty, and the changeful overlapping of all four demands the closest vigilance. — J. Allan Hobson
Changeful Sayings By Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj: Know yourself to be the changeless witness of the changeful mind. That is enough. Know yourself to be the changeless witness of the changeful mind. That is enough. — Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Changeful Sayings By Emily Bronte: In secret pleasure - secret tearsThis changeful life has slipped away In secret pleasure - secret tears
This changeful life has slipped away — Emily Bronte
Changeful Sayings By Frances Sargent Osgood: He whom nature thus bereaves,Is ever fancy's favourite child;For thee enchanted dreams she weavesOf changeful He whom nature thus bereaves,
Is ever fancy's favourite child;
For thee enchanted dreams she weaves
Of changeful beauty, bright and wild. — Frances Sargent Osgood
Changeful Sayings By Bayard Taylor: Sometimes an hour of Fate's serenest weather Strikes through our changeful sky its coming beams; Sometimes an hour of Fate's serenest weather Strikes through our changeful sky its coming beams; Somewhere above us, in elusive ether, Waits the fulfilment of our dearest dreams. — Bayard Taylor
Changeful Sayings By Edmund Burke: Obstinacy, sir, is certainly a great vice; and in the changeful state of political affairs Obstinacy, sir, is certainly a great vice; and in the changeful state of political affairs it is frequently the cause of great mischief. It happens, however, very unfortunately, that almost the whole line of the great and masculine virtues
constancy, gravity, magnanimity, fortitude, fidelity, and firmness
are closely allied to this disagreeable quality, of which you have so just an abhorrence; and in their excess all these virtues very easily fall into it. — Edmund Burke
Changeful Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: I conclude therefore that, fortune being changeful and mankind steadfast in their ways, so long I conclude therefore that, fortune being changeful and mankind steadfast in their ways, so long as the two are in agreement men are successful, but unsuccessful when they fall out. For my part I consider that it is better to be adventurous than cautious, because fortune is a woman, and if you wish to keep her under it is necessary to beat and ill-use her; and it is seen that she allows herself to be mastered by the adventurous rather than by those who go to work more coldly. She is, therefore, always, woman-like, a lover of young men, because they are less cautious, more violent, and with more audacity command her. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Changeful Sayings By George MacDonald: The God who is ever uttering himself in the changeful profusions of nature; who takes The God who is ever uttering himself in the changeful profusions of nature; who takes millions of years to form a soul that shall understand him and be blessed; who never needs to be, and never is, in haste; who welcomes the simplest thought of truth or beauty as the return for seed he has sown upon the old fallows of eternity, who rejoices in the response of a faltering moment to the age-long cry of his wisdom in the streets; the God of music, of painting, of building, the Lord of Hosts, the God of mountains and oceans; whose laws go forth from one unseen point of wisdom, and thither return without an atom of loss; the God of history working in time unto christianity; this God is the God of little children, and he alone can be perfectly, abandonedly simple and devoted. — George MacDonald
Changeful Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: The body and mind are continually changing, and are, in fact, only names of series The body and mind are continually changing, and are, in fact, only names of series of changeful phenomena, like rivers whose waters are in a constant state of flux, yet presenting the appearance of unbroken streams. Every particle in this body is continually changing; no one has the same body for many minutes together, and yet we think of it as the same body. — Swami Vivekananda
Changeful Sayings By Friedrich Schiller: Without a home must the soldier go, a changeful wanderer, and can warm himself at Without a home must the soldier go, a changeful wanderer, and can warm himself at no home-lit hearth. — Friedrich Schiller
Changeful Sayings By Walter Scott: Who o'er the herd would wish to reign, Fantastic, fickle, fierce, and vain! Vain as Who o'er the herd would wish to reign, Fantastic, fickle, fierce, and vain! Vain as the leaf upon the stream, And fickle as a changeful dream; Fantastic as a woman's mood, And fierce as Frenzy's fever'd blood. Thou many-headed monster thing, Oh who would wish to be thy king! — Walter Scott
Changeful Sayings By Virgil: A fickle and changeful thing is a woman ever. A fickle and changeful thing is a woman ever. — Virgil
Changeful Sayings By James Hilton: When you are getting on in years it is nice to sit by the fire When you are getting on in years it is nice to sit by the fire and drink a cup of tea and listen to the school bell sounding dinner, call-over, prep., and lights out. Chips always wound up the clock after that last bell; then he put the wire guard in front of the fire, turned out the gas, and carried a detective novel to bed. Rarely did he read more than a page of it before sleep came swiftly and peacefully, more like a mystic intensifying of perception than any changeful entrance into another world. For his days and nights were equally full of dreaming. — James Hilton
Changeful Sayings By Charlotte Perkins Gilman: The softest, freest, most pliable and changeful living substance is the brain-the hardest and most The softest, freest, most pliable and changeful living substance is the brain-the hardest and most iron-bound as well. — Charlotte Perkins Gilman