Let this list of 12 quotations by the English dramatist John Fletcher lead you to an inspirational day. Recharge yourself with motivational experience, perfect, sparing sayings, and satisfy your hunger for a better life.
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We've made this hand-picked collection of quotes to show you what is John Fletcher truly willing to say and leave for generations. Whether an inspirational quote or a motivational message about giving your best, we can all benefit from the wisdom, captured within these words.
He never is alone that is accompanied with noble thoughts.
O woman, perfect woman! what distractionWas meant to mankind when thou wast made a devil!
Ask how to live? Write, write, write, anything; The world's a fine believing world, write news.
Deeds, not words shall speak to me.
Drink today, and drown all sorrow; you shall perhaps not do tomorrow.
Go far - too far you cannot, still the farther.
The more experience finds you: and go sparing. One meal a week will serve you, and one suit, through all your travels; for you'll find it certain.
Corruption is a tree, whose branches are Of an immeasurable length: they spread Ev'rywhere; and the dew that drops from thence Hath infected some chairs and stools of authority.
Death hath so many doors to let out life.
Joys as winged dreams fly fast, / Why should sadness longer last? / Grief is but a wound to woe; / Gentlest fair, mourn, mourn no moe.
'Tis virtue, and not birth that makes us noble: Great actions speak great minds, and such should govern.
Go far -- too far you cannot, still the farther.
The more experience finds you: and go sparing. One meal a week will serve you, and one suit, Through all your travels; for you'll find it certain. The poorer and the baser you appear, The more you look through still.
That soul that can Be honest is the only perfect man.
Then, everlasting Love , restrain thy will; 'Tis god -like to have power, but not to kill.
Care-charming Sleep, thou easer of all woes, brother to Death, sweetly thyself dispose.
It's impossible to ravish me, I'm so willing.
Great actions speak great minds.
Only look to Jesus. He died for you, died in your place, died under the frowns of heaven, that we might die under its smile. Regard neither unbelief nor doubt. Fear neither sin nor hell. Choose neither life nor death. All these are swallowed up in the immensity of Christ and are triumphed over in His cross.
The greatest attribute of heaven is mercy; And 'tis the crown of justice, and the glory
Oh love will make a dog howl in rhyme.
Of all the forms of wisdom, hindsight is by general consent the least merciful, the most unforgiving.
Hence, all you vain delights, As short as are the nights Wherein you spend your folly! There's naught in this life sweet But only melancholy; O sweetest melancholy!
Weep no more, nor sigh, nor groan,Sorrow calls no time that 's gone;
Violets plucked, the sweetest rainMakes not fresh nor grow again.
He who goes to bed, and goes to bed sober,Falls as the leaves do, and dies in October;But he who goes to bed, and goes to bed mellow,Lives as he ought to do, and dies an honest fellow.
Come, sing now, sing; for I know you sing well; I see you have a singing face.
Our acts our angels are, for good or ill, our fatal shadows that walk by us still.
I find the medicine worse than the malady.
A woman friend! He that believes that weakness, Steers in a stormy night without a compass.
Deeds, not words shall speak me.
Man is his own star; and the soul that canRender an honest and a perfect manCommands all light, all influence, all fate.Nothing to him falls early, or too late.Our acts our angels are, or good or ill, Our fatal shadows that walk by us still.
Wine works the heart up, wakes the wit;
There is no cure 'gainst age but it. and
'Tis late and cold, stir up the fire;
Sit close and draw the table nigher;
Be merry and drink wine that is old,
A hearty medicine 'gainst the cold.
O great corrector of enormous times, Shaker of o'er-rank states, thou grand decider Of dusty and old titles, that healest with blood The earth when it is sick, and curest the world O' the pleurisy of people.