Michel de Montaigne: Philosophy quotes
A clever person didnít lose
anything, if he saved himself.
If a person wants to pose
someone, he always at the same time poses himself too.
Why do you need knowledge of things, if we lose peace of mind and
tranquility because of it?
Life herself isnít a
receptacle of good or bad things. The life is a receptacle of good or
bad things and it depends on what we make with our life.
Cowardice is the mother of cruelty.
The greatest thing in the world is the ability to belong yourself.
Nobody distributes all money to other, but each of us distributes our
time and life. And it doesnít exist anything that we donít distribute
more wastefully and in this case stinginess could be more useful and