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I have loved him too much not to hate
He who laughs on Friday will weep on Sunday.
You who love wild passions, flee the holy austerity of my pleasures.
Henceforth the majesty of God revere;Fear Him, and you have nothing else to fear.
Vice, like virtue, Grows in small steps, and no true innocence Can
Ainsi que la vertu, le crime a ses degre s. Crime, like virtue, has its degrees.
It’s no longer a warmth hidden in my veins: it’s Venus entire
By dying I wanted to maintain my honor, and hide a flame so black from the daylight!
She wavers, she hesitates: in a word, she is a woman.
Sun, I come to see you for the last time.
He who will travel far spares his steed.
Ah, why can’t I know if I love, or if I hate?
Some smaller crimes always precede the great crimes.
I hold the most archaic values on earth … the fertility of the
If the weather is good I go into the nearby wood – there I am painting a small beech forest
I want to be aware of how I treat others, not thinking
There’s a kind of decadence about all this: If 9/11 was really an
Education is the basic tool for the development of consciousness and the
I always have a few different books going at once.
It is our duty to endeavor always to promote the general good;
If God has created the world, his primary worry was certainly not