110+ Blaise Pascal Quotes On Faith, Religion And Time

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  1. If I believe in God and life after death and you do not, and if there is no God, we both lose when we die. However, if there is a God, you still lose and I gain everything.
  2. Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.
  3. Don't try to add more years to your life. Better add more life to your years.
  4. Do you wish people to think well of you? Don't speak well of yourself.
  5. Muhammad established a religion by putting his enemies to death; Jesus Christ by commanding his followers to lay down their lives.
  6. Small minds are concerned with the extraordinary, great minds with the ordinary.
  7. There is a God-shaped vacuum in every heart.
  8. Lord, help me to do great things as though they were little, since I do them with your power; And little things as though they were great, since I do them in your name!
  9. Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it.
  10. Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.

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 quote Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.
Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.
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Don't try to add more years to your life. Better add more life to your years. — Blaise Pascal

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Do you wish people to think well of you? Don't speak well of yourself. — Blaise Pascal

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There is a God-shaped vacuum in every heart. — Blaise Pascal

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The eternal silence of these infinite spaces frightens me. — Blaise Pascal

 quote All of our reasoning ends in surrender to feeling.
All of our reasoning ends in surrender to feeling.
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Man's greatness lies in his power of thought. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Short Quotes

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  • Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed.
  • The eternal silence of these infinite spaces frightens me.
  • What a chimera then is man. What a novelty! What a monster... what a contradiction, what a prodigy
  • Man's greatness lies in his power of thought.
  • I bring you the gift of these four words: I believe in you.
  • We must learn our limits. We are all something but none of us are everything.
  • Chess is the gymnasium of the mind.
  • Justice without force is powerless; force without justice is tyrannical.
  • The struggle alone pleases us, not the victory.
  • The gospel to me is simply irresistible.
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Blaise Pascal Quotes On Faith

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Belief is a wise wager. Granted that faith cannot be proved, what harm will come to you if you gamble on its truth and it proves false? If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager, then, without hesitation, that He exists. — Blaise Pascal

Faith is different from proof; the latter is human, the former is a Gift from God. — Blaise Pascal

In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don't. — Blaise Pascal

No man ever believes with a true and saving faith unless God inclines his heart; and no man when God does incline his heart can refrain from believing. — Blaise Pascal

[Unbelievers] think they have made great efforts to get at the truth when they have spent a few hours in reading some book out of Holy Scripture, and have questioned some cleric about the truths of the faith. After that, they boast that they have searched in books and among men in vain. — Blaise Pascal

Faith indeed tells what the senses do not tell, but not the contrary of what they see. It is above them and not contrary to them. — Blaise Pascal

Faith affirms many things, respecting which the senses are silent, but nothing that they deny. It is superior, but never opposed to their testimony — Blaise Pascal

We like security: we like the pope to be infallible in matters of faith, and grave doctors to be so in moral questions so that we can feel reassured. — Blaise Pascal

How can anyone lose who chooses to become a Christian? If, when he dies, there turns out to be no God and his faith was in vain, he has lost nothing...If, however, there is a God and a heaven and a hell. then he has gained heaven and his skeptical friends have lost everything. — Blaise Pascal

Faith embraces many truths which seem to contradict each other. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Religion

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You're basically killing each other to see who's got the better imaginary friend. — Blaise Pascal

The Christian religion teaches me two points-that there is a God whom men can know, and that their nature is so corrupt that they are unworthy of Him. — Blaise Pascal

Men despise religion. They hate it and are afraid it may be true. — Blaise Pascal

To make a man a saint, it must indeed be by grace; and whoever doubts this does not know what a saint is, or a man. — Blaise Pascal

To be mistaken in believing that the Christian religion is true is no great loss to anyone; but how dreadful to be mistaken in believing it to be false! — Blaise Pascal

If we must not act save on a certainty, we ought not to act on religion, for it is not certain. But how many things we do on an uncertainty, sea voyages, battles! — Blaise Pascal

You corrupt religion either in favour of your friends, or against your enemies. — Blaise Pascal

Religion is so great a thing that it is right that those who will not take the trouble to seek it if it be obscure, should be deprived of it. — Blaise Pascal

Human beings must be known to be loved; but Divine beings must be loved to be known. — Blaise Pascal

We do not weary of eating and sleeping every day, for hunger and sleepiness recur. Without that we should weary of them. So, without the hunger for spiritual things, we weary of them. Hunger after righteousness--the eighth beatitude. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Time

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Vanity of science. Knowledge of physical science will not console me for ignorance of morality in time of affliction, but knowledge of morality will always console me for ignorance of physical science. — Blaise Pascal

The principles of pleasure are not firm and stable. They are different in all mankind, and variable in every particular with such a diversity that there is no man more different from another than from himself at different times. — Blaise Pascal

Time heals griefs and quarrels, for we change and are no longer the same persons. Neither the offender nor the offended are any more themselves. — Blaise Pascal

To have no time for philosophy is to be a true philosopher. — Blaise Pascal

I have made this letter longer, because I have not had the time to make it shorter. — Blaise Pascal

Our soul is cast into a body, where it finds number, time, dimension. Thereupon it reasons, and calls this nature necessity, and can believe nothing else. — Blaise Pascal

La vraie e loquence se moque de l'e loquence, la vraie morale se moque de la morale. True eloquence has notime foreloquence, true morality has no time for morality. — Blaise Pascal

If I had more time I would write a shorter letter. — Blaise Pascal

The secrets of nature are concealed; her agency is perpetual, but we do not always discover its effects; time reveals them from age to age; and although she is always the same in herself, she is not always equally well known. — Blaise Pascal

Now, if the passions had no hold on us, a week and a hundred years would amount to the same. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Life

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Apart from Jesus Christ, we do not know what is our life, nor our death, nor God, nor ourselves. — Blaise Pascal

One-half of the ills of life come because men are unwilling to sit down quietly for thirty minutes to think through all the possible consequences of their acts. — Blaise Pascal

One must know oneself. If this does not serve to discover truth, it at least serves as a rule of life and there is nothing better. — Blaise Pascal

Human life is thus only an endless illusion. Men deceive and flatter each other. No one speaks of us in our presence as he does when we are gone. Society is based on mutual hypocrisy. — Blaise Pascal

Not only do we know God by Jesus Christ alone, but we know ourselves only by Jesus Christ. We know life and death only through Jesus Christ. Apart from Jesus Christ, we do not know what is our life, nor our death, nor God, nor ourselves. — Blaise Pascal

We are not satisfied with real life; we want to live some imaginary life in the eyes of other people and to seem different from what we actually are. — Blaise Pascal

Pride counterbalances all our miseries, for it either hides them, or, if it discloses them, boasts of that disclosure. Pride has such a thorough possession of us, even in the midst of our miseries and faults, that we are prepared to sacrifice life with joy, if it may but be talked of. — Blaise Pascal

We never live, but we hope to live; and as we are always arranging to be happy, it must be that we never are so. — Blaise Pascal

When a soldier complains of his hard life (or a labourer, etc.) try giving him nothing to do. — Blaise Pascal

The serene, silent beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world, next to the night of God. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Math

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When intuition and logic agree, you are always right. — Blaise Pascal

It is not certain that everything is uncertain. — Blaise Pascal

I feel engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces whereof I know nothing, and which know nothing of me, I am terrified The eternal silence of these infinite spaces alarms me. — Blaise Pascal

The sole cause of man's unhappiness is that he does not know how to stay quietly in his room. — Blaise Pascal

Our notion of symmetry is derived form the human face. Hence, we demand symmetry horizontally and in breadth only, not vertically nor in depth. — Blaise Pascal

Few men speak humbly of humility, chastely of chastity, skeptically of skepticism. — Blaise Pascal

Perfect clarity would profit the intellect but damage the will. — Blaise Pascal

We are so presumptuous that we should like to be known all over the world, even by people who will only come when we are no more. Such is our vanity that the good opinion of half a dozen of the people around us gives us pleasure and satisfaction. — Blaise Pascal

To deny, to believe, and to doubt well, are to a man what the race is to a horse. — Blaise Pascal

All err the more dangerously because each follows a truth. Their mistake lies not in following a falsehood but in not following another truth. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Love

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Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hope; it can outlast anything. Love still stands when all else has fallen. — Blaise Pascal

Clarity of mind means clarity of passion, too; this is why a great and clear mind loves ardently and sees distinctly what it loves. — Blaise Pascal

Unless we love the truth we cannot know it. — Blaise Pascal

Love has reasons which reason cannot understand. — Blaise Pascal

What a vast difference there is between knowing God and loving Him. — Blaise Pascal

We conceal it from ourselves in vain - we must always love something. In those matters seemingly removed from love, the feeling is secretly to be found, and man cannot possibly live for a moment without it. — Blaise Pascal

There are two types of mind . . . the mathematical, and what might be called the intuitive. The former arrives at its views slowly, but they are firm and rigid; the latter is endowed with greater flexibility and applies itself simultaneously to the diverse lovable parts of that which it loves. — Blaise Pascal

Eloquence is a way of saying things in such a way, first, that those to whom we speak may listen to them without pain and with pleasure, and second, that they feel themselves interested, so that self-love leads them more willingly to reflection upon it. — Blaise Pascal

Who can doubt that we exist only to love? Disguise it, in fact, as we will, we love without intermission... We live not a moment exempt from its influence. — Blaise Pascal

When we are in love we seem to ourselves quite different from what we were before. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Mathematical

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Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed. — Blaise Pascal

Everything that is written merely to please the author is worthless. — Blaise Pascal

We are usually convinced more easily by reasons we have found ourselves than by those which have occurred to others. — Blaise Pascal

Dull minds are never either intuitive or mathematical. — Blaise Pascal

Look somewhere else for someone who can follow you in your researches about numbers. For my part, I confess that they are far beyond me, and I am competent only to admire them. — Blaise Pascal

We do not worry about being respected in towns through which we pass. But if we are going to remain in one for a certain time, we do worry. How long does this time have to be? — Blaise Pascal

It is the heart which perceives God and not the reason. — Blaise Pascal

The Christian's God does not merely consist of a God who is the Author of mathematical truths and the order of the elements. The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob, the God of the Christians, is a God of love and consolation. — Blaise Pascal

Those who write against vanity want the glory of having written well, and their readers the glory of reading well, and I who write this have the same desire, as perhaps those who read this have also. — Blaise Pascal

Reverend Fathers, my letters did not usually follow each other at such close intervals, nor were they so long.... This one would not be so long had I but the leisure to make it shorter. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Philosophy

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To ridicule philosophy is really to philosophize. — Blaise Pascal

True eloquence makes light of eloquence, true morality makes light of morality; that is to say, the morality of the judgment, which has no rules, makes light of the morality of the intellect.... To make light of philosophy is to be a true philosopher. — Blaise Pascal

To ridicule philosophy is truly philosophical. [Fr., Se moquer de la philosophie c'est vraiment philosophe.] — Blaise Pascal

The origins of disputes between philosophers is, that one class of them have undertaken to raise man by displaying his greatness, and the other to debase him by showing his miseries. — Blaise Pascal

Making fun of philosophy is really philosophising. — Blaise Pascal

I cannot forgive Descartes. In all his philosophy he would have been quite willing to dispense with God. But he had to make Him give a fillip to set the world in motion; beyond this, he has no further need of God. — Blaise Pascal

To scorn philosophy is truly to philosophize. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Nature

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Kind words do not cost much. They never blister the tongue or lips. They make other people good-natured. They also produce their own image on men's souls, and a beautiful image it is. — Blaise Pascal

The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble. — Blaise Pascal

Let man reawake and consider what he is compared with the reality of things; regard himself lost in this remote corner of Nature; and from the tiny cell where he lodges, to wit the Universe, weigh at their true worth earth, kingdoms, towns, himself. What is a man face to face with infinity? — Blaise Pascal

Two things control men's nature, instinct and experience. — Blaise Pascal

Nature imitates herself. A grain thrown into good ground brings forth fruit; a principle thrown into a good mind brings forth fruit. Everything is created and conducted by the same Master-the root, the branch, the fruits-the principles, the consequences. — Blaise Pascal

When we see a natural style, we are astonished and charmed; for we expected to see an author, and we find a person. — Blaise Pascal

The greatness of man is so evident that it is even proved by his wretchedness. For what in animals is nature, we call in man wretchedness--by which we recognize that, his nature being now like that of animals, he has fallen from a better nature which once was his. — Blaise Pascal

Nature is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere. — Blaise Pascal

Habit is the second nature which destroys the first. — Blaise Pascal

Beauty is a harmonious relation between something in our nature and the quality of the object which delights us. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Truth

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The two principles of truth, reason and senses, are not only both not genuine, but are engaged in mutual deception. The senses deceive reason through false appearances, and the senses are disturbed by passions, which produce false impressions. — Blaise Pascal

The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of... We know the truth not only by the reason, but by the heart." - Blaise Pascal — Blaise Pascal

We should seek the truth without hesitation; and, if we refuse it, we show that we value the esteem of men more than the search for truth. — Blaise Pascal

Those who do not hate their own selfishness and regard themselves as more important than the rest of the world are blind because the truth lies elsewhere — Blaise Pascal

Contradiction is not a sign of falsity, nor the lack of contradiction a sign of truth. — Blaise Pascal

Nothing gives rest but the sincere search for truth. — Blaise Pascal

He that takes truth for his guide, and duty for his end, may safely trust to God's providence to lead him aright. — Blaise Pascal

Man is nothing but insincerity, falsehood, and hypocrisy, both in regard to himself and in regard to others. He does not wish that he should be told the truth, he shuns saying it to others; and all these moods, so inconsistent with justice and reason, have their roots in his heart. — Blaise Pascal

We know the truth, not only by the reason, but also by the heart. — Blaise Pascal

Those are weaklings who know the truth and uphold it as long as it suits their purpose, and then abandon it. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Heart

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There is a God shaped vacuum in the heart of every man which cannot be filled by any created thing, but only by God, the Creator, made known through Jesus. — Blaise Pascal

God has given us evidence sufficiently clear to convince those with an open heart and mind. — Blaise Pascal

There are two kinds of people one can call reasonable: those who serve God with all their heart because they know him, and those who seek him with all their heart because they do not know him. — Blaise Pascal

We only consult the ear because the heart is wanting. — Blaise Pascal

The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing: we know this in countless ways. — Blaise Pascal

How hollow is the heart of man, and how full of excrement! — Blaise Pascal

Christian piety annihilates the egoism of the heart; worldly politeness veils and represses it. — Blaise Pascal

Fuller believed human societies would soon rely mainly on renewable sources of energy, such as solar- and wind-derived electricity,. envisioned an age of "universal education and sustenance of all humanity". "The heart has reasons that reason does not understand." — Blaise Pascal

Vanity is so secure in the heart of man that everyone wants to be admired : even I who write this, and you who read this. — Blaise Pascal

Men often take their imagination for their heart; and they believe they are converted as soon as they think of being converted. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Quotes On Reason

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Symmetry is what we see at a glance; based on the fact that there is no reason for any difference. — Blaise Pascal

Thus so wretched is man that he would weary even without any cause for weariness... and so frivolous is he that, though full of a thousand reasons for weariness, the least thing, such as playing billiards or hitting a ball, is sufficient enough to amuse him. — Blaise Pascal

People are usually more convinced by reasons they discovered themselves than by those found out by others. — Blaise Pascal

The supreme function of reason is to show man that some things are beyond reason. — Blaise Pascal

Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. — Blaise Pascal

The war existing between the senses and reason. — Blaise Pascal

The last proceeding of reason is to recognize that there is an infinity of things which are beyond it. There is nothing so conformable to reason as this disavowal of reason. — Blaise Pascal

The last function of reason is to recognize that there are an infinity of things which surpass it. — Blaise Pascal

All of our reasoning ends in surrender to feeling. — Blaise Pascal

Those who are clever in imagination are far more pleased with themselves than prudent men could reasonably be. — Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal Famous Quotes And Sayings

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There are only three types of people; those who have found God and serve him; those who have not found God and seek him, and those who live not seeking, or finding him. The first are rational and happy; the second unhappy and rational, and the third foolish and unhappy. — Blaise Pascal

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Don't try to add more years to your life. Better add more life to your years. — Blaise Pascal

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Do you wish people to think well of you? Don't speak well of yourself. — Blaise Pascal

Knowing God without knowing our own wretchedness makes for pride. Knowing our own wretchedness without knowing God makes for despair. Knowing Jesus Christ strikes the balance because he shows us both God and our own wretchedness. — Blaise Pascal

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There is a God-shaped vacuum in every heart. — Blaise Pascal

I have discovered that all human evil comes from this, man's being unable to sit still and quiet in a room alone. — Blaise Pascal

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Man's greatness lies in his power of thought. — Blaise Pascal

It's not those who write the laws that have the greatest impact on society. It's those who write the songs. — Blaise Pascal

Cold words freeze people, and hot words scorch them, and bitter words make them bitter, and wrathful words make them wrathful. Kind words also produce their own image on men's souls; and a beautiful image it is. They smooth, and quiet, and comfort the hearer. — Blaise Pascal

There are only two kinds of men: the righteous who think they are sinners and the sinners who think they are righteous. — Blaise Pascal

Jesus is the God whom we can approach without pride and before whom we can humble ourselves without despair. — Blaise Pascal

If God exists, not seeking God must be the gravest error imaginable. If one decides to sincerely seek for God and doesn't find God, the lost effort is negligible in comparison to what is at risk in not seeking God in the first place. — Blaise Pascal

The strength of a man's virtue should not be measured by his special exertions, but by his habitual acts. — Blaise Pascal

We are only falsehood, duplicity, contradiction; we both conceal and disguise ourselves from ourselves. — Blaise Pascal

I maintain that, if everyone knew what others said about him, there would not be four friends in the world. — Blaise Pascal

There is enough light for those who only desire to see, and enough obscurity for those who have a contrary disposition — Blaise Pascal

The immortality of the soul is a matter which is of so great consequence to us and which touches us so profoundly that we must have lost all feeling to be indifferent about it. — Blaise Pascal

The greatest single distinguishing feature of the omnipotence of God is that our imagination gets lost thinking about it. — Blaise Pascal

There is nothing so insupportable to man as to be in entire repose, without passion, occupation, amusement, or application. Then it is that he feels his own nothingness, isolation, insignificance, dependent nature, powerless, emptiness. Immediately there issue from his soul ennui, sadness, chagrin, vexation, despair. — Blaise Pascal

Man's sensitivity to the little things and insensitivity to the greatest are the signs of a strange disorder. — Blaise Pascal

Words differently arranged have a different meaning, and meanings differently arranged have different effects. — Blaise Pascal

The art of subversion, of revolution, is to dislodge established customs by probing down to their origins in order to show how they lack authority and justice. — Blaise Pascal

Jesus was in a garden, not of delight as the first Adam, in which he destroyed himself and the whole human race, but in one of agony, in which he saved himself and the whole human race. — Blaise Pascal

If ignorance were bliss, he'd be a blister — Blaise Pascal

Human beings do not know their place and purpose. They have fallen from their true place, and lost their true purpose. They search everywhere for their place and purpose, with great anxiety. But they cannot find them because they are surrounded by darkness. — Blaise Pascal

All men's miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone. — Blaise Pascal

All human evil comes from a single cause, man's inability to sit still in a room. — Blaise Pascal

The entire ocean is affected by a single pebble. — Blaise Pascal

One of the greatest artifices the devil uses to engage men in vice and debauchery, is to fasten names of contempt on certain virtues, and thus fill weak souls with a foolish fear of passing for scrupulous, should they desire to put them in practice. — Blaise Pascal

The sensitivity of men to small matters, and their indifference to great ones, indicates a strange inversion. — Blaise Pascal

The weather and my mood have little connection. I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my prosperity or misfortune has little to do with the matter. — Blaise Pascal

No one is discontented at not being a king except a discrowned king ... unhappiness almost invariably indicates the existence of a road not taken, a talent undeveloped, a self not recognized. — Blaise Pascal

So we can only know God well by knowing our iniquities. Therefore those who have known God, without knowing their wretchedness, have not glorified Him, but have glorified themselves. — Blaise Pascal

Kind words produce their own image in men's souls; and a beautiful image it is. They soothe and quiet and comfort the hearer. They shame him out of his sour, morose, unkind feelings. We have not yet begun to use kind words in such abundance as they ought to be used. — Blaise Pascal

Do little things as if they were great, because of the majesty of the Lord Jesus Christ who dwells in thee. — Blaise Pascal

When I have occasionally set myself to consider the different distractions of men, the pains and perils to which they expose themselves I have discovered that all the unhappiness of men arises from one single fact, that they cannot stay quietly in their own chamber. — Blaise Pascal

Evil is easy, and has infinite forms. — Blaise Pascal

Continuous eloquence wearies. — Blaise Pascal

Can anything be stupider than that a man has the right to kill me because he lives on the other side of a river and his ruler has a quarrel with mine, though I have not quarrelled with him? — Blaise Pascal

Any unity which doesn't have its origin in the multitudes is tyranny. — Blaise Pascal

It is not good to be too free. It is not good to have everything one wants. — Blaise Pascal

A jester, a bad character. — Blaise Pascal

When everyone is moving towards depravity, no one seems to be moving, but if someone stops he shows up the others who are rushing on, by acting as a fixed point. — Blaise Pascal

Our achievements of today are but the sum total of our thoughts of yesterday. You are today where the thoughts of yesterday have brought you and you will be tomorrow where the thoughts of today take you. — Blaise Pascal

Men never do evil so fully and cheerfully as when we do it out of conscience. — Blaise Pascal

We implore the mercy of God, not that He may leave us at peace in our vices, but that He may deliver us from them. — Blaise Pascal

Rivers are roads that move and carry us whither we wish to go. [Fr., Les rivieres sont des chemins qui marchant et qui portent ou l'on veut aller.] — Blaise Pascal

Animals do not admire each other. A horse does not admire its companion. — Blaise Pascal

If we let ourselves believe that man began with divine grace, that he forfeited this by sin, and that he can be redeemed only by divine grace through the crucified Christ, then we shall find peace of mind never granted to philosophers. He who cannot believe is cursed, for he reveals by his unbelief that God has not chosen to give him grace. — Blaise Pascal

He who cannot believe is cursed, for he reveals by his unbelief that God has not chosen to give him grace. — Blaise Pascal

Man finds nothing so intolerable as to be in a state of complete rest, without passions, without occupation, without diversion, without effort. Then he feels his nullity, loneliness, inadequacy, dependence, helplessness, emptiness. — Blaise Pascal

Jurisdiction is not given for the sake of the judge, but for that of the litigant. — Blaise Pascal

Life Lessons by Blaise Pascal

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  1. Blaise Pascal taught us that life is unpredictable and that we should strive to make the most of our time. He believed that we should take risks and embrace change, as it can lead to great rewards.
  2. He also showed us that we should never stop learning and exploring, as knowledge is the key to success.
  3. Finally, Pascal taught us that we should always strive to be kind and generous, as it will bring us closer to achieving our goals.

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