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- Quotations From Georg Ebers - 6/14 -


To know half is less endurable than to know nothing Who do all they are able and enjoy as much as they can get

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v6 [GE#50][ge50v10.txt]5488

Happiness is only the threshold to misery When a friend refuses to share in joys

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v7 [GE#51][ge51v10.txt]5489

Dried merry-thought bone of a fowl More to the purpose to think of the future than of the past So long as we do not think ourselves wretched, we are not so Temples would be empty if mortals had nothing left to wish for

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v8 [GE#52][ge52v10.txt]5490

Youth has a right to go astray now and then Feeling themselves oppressed by the benevolence

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v9 [GE#53][ge53v10.txt]5491

If one only knew who it is all for Love laughs at locksmiths Wide world between the purpose and the deed

THE EMPEROR, by Georg Ebers, v10 [GE#54][ge54v10.txt]5492

Incomprehensible set no limits to his thirst for knowledge You must admire it, every connoisseur must

THE EMPEROR, by Ebers, Complete [GE#55][ge55v10.txt]5493

A well-to-do man always gets a higher price than a poor one Avoid all useless anxiety Dried merry-thought bone of a fowl Enjoy the present day Facts are differently reflected in different minds Feeling themselves oppressed by the benevolence Happiness is only the threshold to misery Have not yet learned not to be astonished Have lived to feel such profound contempt for the world I must either rest or begin upon something new Idleness had long since grown to be the occupation of his life If one only knew who it is all for Ill-judgment to pronounce a thing impossible In order to find himself for once in good company--(Solitude) Incomprehensible set no limits to his thirst for knowledge It was such a comfort once more to obey an order Love laughs at locksmiths More to the purpose to think of the future than of the past Never speaks a word too much or too little Philosophers who wrote of the vanity of writers So long as we do not think ourselves wretched, we are not so Temples would be empty if mortals had nothing left to wish for They keep an account in their heart and not in their head To know half is less endurable than to know nothing When a friend refuses to share in joys Who do all they are able and enjoy as much as they can get Wide world between the purpose and the deed Years are the foe of beauty You must admire it, every connoisseur must Youth has a right to go astray now and then

HOMO SUM, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#56][ge56v10.txt]5494

Action trod on the heels of resolve Homo sum; humani nil a me alienum puto I am human, nothing that is human can I regard as alien to me Love is at once the easiest and the most difficult Love overlooks the ravages of years and has a good memory No judgment is so hard as that dealt by a slave to slaves No man is more than man, and many men are less Sky as bare of cloud as the rocks are of shrubs and herbs Sleep avoided them both, and each knew that the other was awake The older one grows the quicker the hours hurry away To pray is better than to bathe Wakefulness may prolong the little term of life

HOMO SUM, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#57][ge57v10.txt]5495

He who wholly abjures folly is a fool Some caution is needed even in giving a warning Who can point out the road that another will take

HOMO SUM, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#58][ge58v10.txt]5496

Overlooks his own fault in his feeling of the judge's injustice

HOMO SUM, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#59][ge59v10.txt]5497

Can such love be wrong?

HOMO SUM, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#60][ge60v10.txt]5498

He out of the battle can easily boast of being unconquered Pray for me, a miserable man--for I was a man

HOMO SUM, by Ebers, Complete [GE#61][ge61v10.txt]5499

Action trod on the heels of resolve Can such love be wrong? He who wholly abjures folly is a fool He out of the battle can easily boast of being unconquered Homo sum; humani nil a me alienum puto I am human, nothing that is human can I regard as alien to me Love is at once the easiest and the most difficult Love overlooks the ravages of years and has a good memory No judgment is so hard as that dealt by a slave to slaves No man is more than man, and many men are less Overlooks his own fault in his feeling of the judge's injustice Pray for me, a miserable man--for I was a man Sky as bare of cloud as the rocks are of shrubs and herbs Sleep avoided them both, and each knew that the other was awake Some caution is needed even in giving a warning The older one grows the quicker the hours hurry away To pray is better than to bathe Wakefulness may prolong the little term of life Who can point out the road that another will take

SERAPIS, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#62][ge62v10.txt]5501

Christian hypocrites who pretend to hate life and love death He may talk about the soul--what he is after is the girl Love means suffering--those who love drag a chain with them To her it was not a belief but a certainty Trifling incident gains importance when undue emphasis is laid

SERAPIS, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#63][ge63v10.txt]5502

People who have nothing to do always lack time Perish all those who do not think as we do Reason is a feeble weapon in contending with a woman Words that sounded kindly, but with a cold, unloving heart

SERAPIS, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#64][ge64v10.txt]5503

Pretended to see nothing in the old woman's taunts Very hard to imagine nothingness

SERAPIS, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#65][ge65v10.txt]5504

Christianity had ceased to be the creed of the poor He spoke with pompous exaggeration Whether man were the best or the worst of created beings

SERAPIS, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#66][ge66v10.txt]5505

Great happiness, and mingled therefor with bitter sorrow It is not by enthusiasm but by tactics that we defeat a foe


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