The sensibility of man to trifles, and his insensibility to great things, indicates a strange inversion. - Pensées

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But as for those who live without knowing Him and Read more
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Why is my knowledge limited? Why my stature? Why Read more
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Art thou less a slave by being loved and favoured Read more
the only way to succeed in this life is to Read more
Le dernier acte est sanglant, quelque belle que Read more
Nothing is so important to man as his own state Read more
The last act is tragic, however happy all the Read more
it is a great evil thus to be in doubt, but it Read more
We are fools to depend upon the society of our Read more
We run carelessly to the precipice, after we have Read more
Entre nous, et l'enfer ou le ciel, il n'y a que Read more
The great and the humble have the same Read more
Dungeon.—I approve of not examining the opinion o Read more
We know ourselves so little, that many think they Read more
Atheists.—What reason have they for saying that w Read more
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