quote by William Shakespeare

Thou seest I have more flesh than another man, and therefore more frailty.

— William Shakespeare

Most Powerful Thou Seest quotations

What thou seest, speak of with caution.

Thou seest how sloth wastes the sluggish body, as water is corrupted unless it moves.

When thou seest thine enemy in trouble, curl not thy whiskers in contempt;

for in every bone there is marrow, and within every jacket there is a man.

My friend, judge not me, Thou seest I judge not thee;

Betwixt the stirrop and the ground, Mercy I askt, mercy I found.

That time of year thou mayst in me behold When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang Upon those boughs which shake against the cold, Bare ruin'd choirs, where late the sweet birds sang. In me thou seest the twilight of such day, As after sunset fadeth in the west, Which by-and-by black night doth take away.

If thou seest anything in thyself which may make thee proud, look a little further and thou shalt find enough to humble thee; if thou be wise, view the peacock's feathers with his feet, and weigh thy best parts with thy imperfections.

Seest thou how pale the sated guest rises from supper, where the appetite is puzzled with varieties? The body, too, burdened with I yesterday's excess, weighs down the soul, and fixes to the earth this particle of the divine essence.

What seest thou else In the dark backward and abysm of time?

The fringed curtains of thine eye advance, And say what thou seest yond.

When thou seest an eagle, thou seest a portion of genius; lift up thy head!

Thou seest we are not all alone unhappy: This wide and universal theatre Presents more woeful pageants than the scene Wherein we play in.

I am drunk, seest thou? When I am not drunk I do not talk.

You have never heard me talk much. But an intelligent man is sometimes forced to be drunk to spend his time with fools.

That thou seest, man, become too thou must; God, if thou seest God, dust, if thou seest dust.

When thou art quiet and silent, then art thou as God was before nature and creature; thou art that which God then wats; thou art that whereof he made thy nature and creature: Then thou hearest and seest even with that wherewith God himself saw and heard in thee, before every thine own willing or thine own seeing began.

That though thou seest it no great matter to be separated from Christ now, yet when the heavens shall be in a flaming fire, and the earth shall give up the dead that be in it.

Do nothing through human respect and, when it assails you, say: I shall do neither more nor less for the eyes of creatures. O my God, since I wish to please Thee alone, it suffices that Thou seest me everywhere.

A broad and ample road, whose dust is gold, And pavement stars,--as stars to thee appear Seen in the galaxy, that milky way Which nightly as a circling zone thou seest Powder'd with stars.

Seest thou good days? Prepare for evil times.

No summer but hath its winter. He never reaped comfort in adversity that sowed not in prosperity.

'Come hither, my boy, tell me what thou seest there?' 'A fool tangled in a religious snare.'

When man of slender visits you / Nothing on earth that one can do / In well he’ll hide, or watery hole / And he will eat your mortal soul / so if thou seest the man so thin / pray you don’t see him again / for he is not from world we know / he cometh from far down below / on his bed of dirt from grave / from his dank and silent cave / he watches you yet has no sight / he taketh you away at night

When thou art quiet and silent, then art thou as God was before nature and creature; thou art that which God then wats; thou art that whereof he made thy nature and creature: Then thou hearest and seest even with that wherewith God himself saw and heard in thee, before every thine own willing or thine own seeing began.

Thou seest how few be the things, the which if a man has at his command his life flows gently on and is divine.

Relying on the atonement which Christ has made, and desiring to be saved in no other way, I commit myself into Thy hands, O God, my Father! Take me, and do with me as Thou seest to be for Thy glory. I consecrate myself forever to Thy service, and trust for acceptance in the merits of Thy Son.

I am in every religion as the thread through a string of pearls.

Wherever thou seest extraordinary holiness and extraordinary power raising and purifying humanity, know thou that I am there.

Behold, for years and generations, the way of God has been leveled by the cross and by death. How is this with thee, that thou seest the afflictions of the way as if they were out of the way? Doest not thou wish to follow the steps of the saints? Or doest thou wish to go a way which is especially for thee, without suffering? the way unto God is a daily cross. No one can ascend unto heaven with comfort, we know where the way of comfort leads.

Love, that exempts no one beloved from loving, seized me with pleasure of this man so strongly, that, as thou seest, it doth not yet desert me.

Since all things are God, in all things thou seest just so much of God as thy capacity affordeth thee.

Let us even bid our dearest friends farewell, and defy them, saying, "Who are you? Unhand me: I will be dependent no more." Ah! seest thou not, O brother, that thus we part only to meet again on a higher platform, and only be more each other's, because we are more our own?

Love, which is quickly kindled in the gentle heart, seized this man for the fair form that was taken from me, the manner still hurts me. Love which absolves no beloved one from loving, seized me so strongly with his charm that, as thou seest, it does not leave me yet