Condition de l'homme: inconstance, ennui, inquiétude. - Pensées

All is one, all is different. How many natures Read more
Nothing is so insufferable to man as to be Read more
Variety is as abundant as all tones of the voice Read more
Caesar was too old, it seems to me, to go off and Read more
Things have different qualities, and the soul Read more
How useless is painting, which attracts Read more
Nature gives us... passions and desires suitable Read more
The struggle alone pleases us, not the victory Read more
I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my Read more
Diversion.—When I have occasionally set myself t Read more
By knowing each man's ruling passion, we are sure Read more
a king attended with every pleasure he can Read more
When our passion leads us to do something, we Read more
Thus passes away all man's life. Men seek rest in Read more
We do not believe ourselves to be exactly sharing Read more
But will you say what object has he in all this Read more
Human life is thus only a perpetual illusion; men Read more
What is it to be superintendent, chancellor Read more
There are different degrees in this aversion to Read more
after all he is only a man, that is to say Read more
Thus, when they [others] discover only the Read more
kings are surrounded with persons who are Read more