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#11251
« The pleasures of love are the only true pleasures of bodily life. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11252
« The most beautiful lives are those that rank to the common and human model with order, but without miracle and without extravagance. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11253
« We must reject still the architect, the painter, the cobbler, and so of the rest, each in his game. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11254
« Our reasons and our human speech is like heavy and barren matter: God's grace is the form; It is she who gives way and the price. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11255
« It is no so pain in the loss of our friends as we bring science hasn't forgotten anything to tell them, and to have had with them a perfect and complete communication. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11256
« Friendship thrives on communication. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11257
« Educate, this isn't fill vases but it's fires »
Michel de Montaigne


#11258
« What did the men the genital Act which is so natural, so necessary and so legitimate that we dared not talk about without shame? »
Michel de Montaigne (Les Essais)


#11259
« My Learning has no other fruit to make me feel how much I still have to learn. »
Michel de Montaigne (Les Essais)


#11260
« I usually answer to those who ask me because of my travels: that I know what I am, and not what I'm looking for. »
Michel de Montaigne (Les Essais)


#11261
« Reader, I am myself the matter of my book. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais, 1580)


#11262
« Our world just find another, this other world will that take into light when our released »
Michel de Montaigne (Des Coches, Essais, III , 6 (1595))


#11263
« One of the great wisdom of the military art, is to not push his enemy to despair. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11264
« The soldiers should fear their general even more than their enemy. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11265
« Man is manhandled no not so much by events, especially, by what he thinks of the events. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11266
« It is not death that I fear, is to die. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11267
« The biggest thing of the world, is to be yourself. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11268
« So do as the miser, who loses a lot don't want to lose anything. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11269
« It is always more pleasant to follow that guide. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11270
« In bed, goodness prime beauty. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11271
« He who seeks real science has the fish where it is. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11272
« All this motion does not fall. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11273
« When you hide a region of the body, that's better to draw attention to it. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11274
« What is off the hinges of the custom, looks off the hinges of the reason. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11275
« Any man can say truly; but say ordonnement, cautiously and sufficiently few men can. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11276
« It is easier to write a bad poem to understand a good. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11277
« The laws remain in credit because they are fair, but because they are laws. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11278
« Ignorance who knows, which is judged and who is condemned, it isn't a complete ignorance: to be, that she doesn't know to yourself. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11279
« Our life is that movement. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11280
« It seems to me that we can never be quite despised according to our merit. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11281
« But the beautiful souls, souls universal, open and ready for anything, if not heard, at least instruisables. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11282
« Of all the vanities, the vain is the man. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11283
« Our religion has no more had assured human basis than the disregard for life. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11284
« A strong imagination produced the event. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11285
« Nothing does so much print something to our remembrance that the desire to forget. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11286
« It is a wonderfully vain, various and waving that man. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11287
« Is no such description in difficulty to the description of yourself. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11288
« This is reason we make big difference between mistakes that come from our weakness, and those that come from our malice. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11289
« I honor the more those that I honor the least. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11290
« Fertile land is infertile minds. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11291
« It is an exquisite life, that continues in order, until in his private. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11292
« You can't abuse that things that are good. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11293
« Death, they say, we meet all our obligations. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11294
« It is wonder how little it takes nature to settle, how little she has left us poor. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11295
« We work to fill the memory, and let the mind and consciousness empty. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11296
« Any opinion is strong enough to marry at the price of life. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11297
« The presumption is our disease natural and original. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11298
« The subtler folly is the most subtle wisdom. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11299
« The most beautiful lives are to my liking those that fall to the common model, without wonder. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11300
« There are some things we hide to show. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11301
« This great world, it's the mirror where we must look to know us in good ways. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11302
« Who fears to suffer, it suffers already what he fears. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11303
« Premeditation of death is premeditation of freedom. Know die frees us from all subjection and constraint. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11304
« Think, is looking for a promontory. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11305
« The most bitter and difficult job in the world, to my taste, it's do with dignity the King. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11306
« Who would teach men to die, would learn them to live. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11307
« The admiration is basis of all philosophy, the inquisition progress, ignorance end. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11308
« There is not an idea that's worth that you kill a man. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11309
« True freedom is to anything on its own. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11310
« We are men and we do to each other only by our words. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11311
« There is as much difference of us to ourselves as we to others. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11312
« Do not leave it to the judgment of each knowledge of his duty. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11313
« It's a beautiful harmony when the say and do go together. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11314
« I give my opinion, not as good but like mine. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11315
« Philosophise is to doubt. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11316
« There is more difference than such animal to man like such man to man like. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11317
« Say of course more difficult there has is foolishness, not modesty. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11318
« It's the Christians an opportunity to believe, only to encounter something incredible. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11319
« Death is neither dead nor alive: alive because you are; death because you are no longer. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11320
« Happiness does not exist without mind and without force. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11321
« Everyone calls barbarism which is not its use. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11322
« The affirmation and the obstinacy are express signs of nonsense. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11323
« The reason is a double and dangerous sword. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11324
« There is nothing subject to more continuous agitation than the laws. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11325
« Women have reason to rebel against the laws because we have made them without them. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11326
« The word is half to one who speaks, half to one who listens. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11327
« Ham's boireOr, Desalteredonc, ham drink quenches thirst. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11328
« If life is just a passage on this passage at least sow flowers. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11329
« Must lend itself to others and give to oneself. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11330
« Jealousy is all diseases of the mind who as much as serve food and the fewer things to cure. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11331
« He sees no souls who get older, don't smell sour and musty. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11332
« The poverty of the goods is easy to heal, the poverty of the soul, impossible. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11333
« There are more difficult to keep the money to acquire it. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11334
« The safest custody of chastity to a girl it's severity. »
Michel de Montaigne (Lettre à son père)


#11335
« His shoe on each foot. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11336
« Better leave her brat child of him pulling the nose. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11337
« It is easier to accuse a sex only to excuse the other. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11338
« The most useful and Honourable science and occupation to a woman, it is the science of the household. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11339
« Old age we attach more wrinkles in the spirit to face. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11340
« I've seen in my time hundred craftsmen, hundred tillers, wiser and happier than the rectors of the University. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11341
« Habituation is second nature, and no less powerful. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11342
« Unable to deal with the events, I me set myself. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11343
« Much knowledge brings the opportunity to more doubt. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11344
« We enjoy life by the care of the death; One bored us, another frightens us. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11345
« Since I am not able to choose, I take the choice of others. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11346
« Nothing comes to us that forged and altered by our senses. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11347
« Things are not so painful or difficult for themselves; but our weakness and cowardice make such. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11348
« We must travel to rub and grind his brain against that of others. »
Michel de Montaigne (Les Essais)


#11349
« Politeness costs little and buy everything. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11350
« Fortune goods you need sense to savor them. It is to enjoy, not owning it, that makes us happy. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11351
« I am ordering me to dare to say what I would do. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11352
« It's a good drug that science; but no drug is strong enough to protect themselves without alteration and corruption. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11353
« If you press me to say why I loved him, I feel that this may be expressed only by answering: "because it was him, because it was me." »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11354
« It is impossible to design a naturally blind man he sees. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11355
« Most consistent brand of wisdom, is a constant joy. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11356
« It is passion that undermines both the sincerity of judgments as anger. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11357
« The men are tormented by the opinions that they have things, not by the same things. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11358
« We are taught to live when life is over. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11359
« I make more insult by lying that I don't to that that I'm lying. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11360
« The world is a perennial essais. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11361
« Satiety generates disgust. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11362
« We are scholars of this science. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11363
« Do not seek our harm out of us, he is home, he is planted in our bowels. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11364
« The honor that we receive from those who fear us, it is not honor. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11365
« I hate this accidental repentance that age brings. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11366
« The world is that variety and dissimilarity. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11367
« My profession and my art, it's live. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11368
« The profit of one is the damage on the other. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11369
« Nature can do everything and does everything. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11370
« I find nothing so much as what is given to me. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11371
« It's a beautiful harmony when do and say go together. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11372
« Wisdom has its excesses and needs not less moderation than madness. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11373
« Women blush to hear name what they do not fear to do. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11374
« It built houses of fools to believe in those who are not locked up they still have the reason. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11375
« Is as many differences from us to ourselves as us to others. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11376
« A brave does not conclude a valiant man. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11377
« Point of beast in the world, there is so much to fear in the man than the man. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11378
« Our great and glorious masterpiece, it is about living. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11379
« Life is in itself neither good nor evil: this is the place of good and evil as you make them. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11380
« You don't die of what you're sick; you die of you're alive. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11381
« A good marriage would be a blind woman with a deaf husband. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11382
« All judgments are basically loose and imperfect. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11383
« Defend us something, is to make us want to. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11384
« Know by heart is not know: is what we gave warning to his memory. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11385
« It is more unbearable to be always alone than not power ever be. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11386
« That which passes the goal the lack as well as one who doesn't. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11387
« Children's games are not games. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11388
« I do not count my loans, I weigh them. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11389
« Thinking that forget remembers. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11390
« We are richer than we think; but it gives us the loan and the quest. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11391
« Each use has its reason. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11392
« Real science is ignorance who knows. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11393
« True freedom is everything on its own. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11394
« It is to enjoy it, not owning it, that makes us happy. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11395
« Everything that can be done another day, can be today. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11396
« It is so spicy that the silent contempt replica. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11397
« Every day go to death, can't last. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11398
« On the most beautiful throne world, we're never sitting on her ass! »
Michel de Montaigne


#11399
« Who knows, knows as the others, because every man bears the whole shape of the human condition. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11400
« It does not correct that we take, we correct the others by him. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11401
« Those who want to fight by the grammar use mock. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11402
« When it upsets me, it arouses my attention, not anger. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11403
« Death is the end, not yet the purpose of life. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11404
« I would rather build my soul that furnish it. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11405
« I usually answer to those who ask me because of my travels: I know well what I'm running, and not what I'm looking for. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11406
« When well we could be learned from the knowledge of others, at least wise can't we be our own wisdom. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11407
« What we ordinarily call friends and friendships, is that links and familiarities forged by any opportunity or convenience. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11408
« I do tell others that I don't so well can sometimes mean weakness of my language, sometimes by my senses weakness. I do not count my loans, I weigh them. »
Michel de Montaigne (Essais)


#11409
« The high cost gives taste to the meat. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11410
« Better head than head well filled. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11411
« I go ahead to the one who contradicts me. »
Michel de Montaigne


#11412
« I'm not teaching, I tell you. »
Michel de Montaigne


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