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When we are planning for posterity, we ought to remember that virtue is not hereditary. -- Thomas Paine
Author: Paine, ThomasEra: 1737
 
Force and fraud are in war the two cardinal virtues. -- Thomas Hobbes
Author: Hobbes, ThomasEra: 1588
 
virtues are acquired through endeavor, Which rests wholly upon yourself. So, to praise others for their virtues Can but encourage one's own efforts. -- Nagarjuna
Author: NagarjunaEra: 100
 
The Soul is made of consciousness and mind; it is made of life and vision. It is made of the earth and the waters; it is made of air and space. It is made of light and darkness; it is made of desire and peace. It is made of anger and love; it is made of virtue and vice. It is made of all that is near; it is made of all that is afar. It is made of all. -- Upanishads
Author: UpanishadsEra: -800
 
Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow. -- Cicero
Author: CiceroEra: -106
 
Most dangerous is that temptation that doth goad us on to sin in loving virtue. -- William Shakespeare
Author: Shakespeare, WilliamEra: 1564
 
No man can purchase his virtue too dear, for it is the only thing whose value must ever increase with the price it has cost us. Our integrity is never worth so much as when we have parted with our all to keep it. -- Charles C. Colton
Author: Colton, Charles C.Era: 1780
 
A few vices are sufficient to darken many virtues. -- Plutarch
Author: PlutarchEra: 46
 
Misery assails riches, as lightning does the highest towers; or as a tree that is heavy laden with fruit breaks its own boughs, so riches destroy the virtue of their possessor. -- Richard E. Burton
Author: Burton, Richard E.Era: 1861
 
What is thought? It is not Matter, nor Spirit. It is not a Thing; but a Power and Force. I make upon a paper certain conventional marks, that represent that Thought. There is no Power or virtue in the marks I write, but only in the Thought which they tell to others. I die, but the Thought still lives. It is a Power. The fact that Thought continues to exist an instant, after it makes its appearance in the soul, proves it immortal: for there is nothing conceivable that can destroy it. The spoken words, being mere sounds, may vanish into thin air, and the written ones,mere marks, be burned, erased, destroyed: but the THOUGHT itself lives still, and must live on forever. -- Albert Pike
Author: Pike, AlbertEra: 1809
 
Moderation has been called a virtue to limit the ambition of great men, and to console undistinguished people for their want of fortune and their lack of merit. -- François Duc De La Rochefoucauld
Author: La Rochefoucauld, FrançoisEra: 1613
 
Just as treasures are uncovered from the earth, so virtue appears from good deeds, and wisdom appears from a pure and peaceful mind. To walk safely through the maze of human life, one needs the light of wisdom and the guidance of virtue. -- Buddha
Author: BuddhaEra: -568
 
The virtues, like the Muses, are always seen in groups. A good principle was never found solitary in any breast. -- Jane Porter
Author: Porter, JaneEra: 1776
 
virtue is persecuted more by the wicked than it is loved by the good. -- Cervantes
Author: CervantesEra: 1547
 
Let this be an example for the acquisition of all knowledge,virtue, and riches. By the fall of drops of water, by degrees, a pot is filled. -- The Hitopadesa
Author: Hitopadesa, TheEra: 600
 
He lives in fame that died in virtue's cause. -- William Shakespeare
Author: Shakespeare, WilliamEra: 1564
 
Poverty is a great enemy to human happiness; it certainly destroys liberty, and it makes some virtues impracticable, and others extremely difficult. -- Samuel Johnson
Author: Johnson, SamuelEra: 1709
 
Of all virtues and dignities of the mind, goodness is the greatest, being the character of the Deity; and without it, man is a busy, mischievous, wretched thing. -- Francis Bacon
Author: Bacon, FrancisEra: 1561
 
virtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors. -- Confucius
Author: ConfuciusEra: -551
 
For, when with beauty we can virtue join, We paint the semblance of a form divine. -- Matthew Prior
Author: Prior, MatthewEra: 1664
 
The superior man thinks always of virtue; the common man thinks of comfort. -- Confucius
Author: ConfuciusEra: -551
 
Virtuous people often revenge themselves for the constraints to which they submit by the boredom which they inspire. -- Gustave Le Bon
Author: Le Bon, GustaveEra: 1841
 
A country cannot subsist well without liberty, nor liberty without virtue. -- Jean J. Rousseau
Author: Rousseau, Jean J.Era: 1712
 
O, he sits high in all the people's hearts; And that which would appear offence in us, His countenance, like richest alchemy, Will change to virtue and to worthiness. -- William Shakespeare
Author: Shakespeare, WilliamEra: 1564
 
To practice five things under all circumstances constitutes perfect virtue; these five are gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness, and kindness. -- Confucius
Author: ConfuciusEra: -551
 
Our virtues are most frequently but vices disguised. -- François La Rochefoucauld
Author: La Rochefoucauld, FrançoisEra: 1613
 
virtue is a habit of the mind, consistent with nature and moderation and reason. -- Cicero
Author: CiceroEra: -106
 
The love of economy is the root of all virtue. -- George Bernard Shaw
Author: Shaw, George BernardEra: 1856
 
Modesty is the lowest of the virtues, and is a confession of the deficiency it indicates. He who undervalues himself is justly overvalued by others. -- William Hazlitt
Author: Hazlitt, WilliamEra: 1778
 
Humility is a virtue, and it is a virtue innate in guests. -- Max Beerbohm
Author: Beerbohm, MaxEra: 1872
 
Happiness and virtue rest upon each other; the best are not only the happiest, but the happiest are usually the best. -- Edward Robert Bulwer-Lytton
Author: Bulwer-Lytton, Edward RobertEra: 1803
 
To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him. -- Buddha
Author: BuddhaEra: -568
 
The virtues are lost in self-interest as rivers are lost in the sea. -- François La Rochefoucauld
Author: La Rochefoucauld, FrançoisEra: 1613
 
The way of fortune is like the milkyway in the sky; which is a number of small stars, not seen asunder, but giving light together: so it is a number of little and scarce discerned virtues, or rather faculties and customs, that make men fortunate. -- Francis Bacon
Author: Bacon, FrancisEra: 1561
 
Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others. -- Cicero
Author: CiceroEra: -106
 
Hear the words of prudence, give heed unto her counsels, and store them in thine heart; her maxims are universal, and all the virtues lean upon her; she is the guide and the mistress of human life. -- Akhenaton
Author: AkhenatonEra: -1375
 
If you wish to be loved, show more of your faults than your virtues. -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Author: Bulwer-Lytton, Edward RobertEra: 1803
 
Choose silence of all virtues, for by it you hear other men's imperfections, and conceal your own. -- Zeno
Author: ZenoEra: -335
 
The excessive regard of parents for their children, and their dislike of other people's is, like class feeling, patriotism, save-your-soul-ism, and other virtues, a mean exclusiveness at bottom. -- Thomas Hardy
Author: Hardy, ThomasEra: 1840
 
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