- Even so, oxen, lions and horses, if they had hands wherewith to grave
images, would fashion gods after their own shapes and give them bodies
like their own.
-- Xenophanes of Colophon (c.570-c....
- There is one god, greatest among gods and men, neither in shape nor in
thought like unto mortals.
-- Xenophanes of Colophon (c.570-c.475 BCE) "Fragments" No. 23...
- To want nothing is godlike; and the less we want the nearer we approach
-- Xenophon (430-355 BCE) "Memorabilia" I,6,10...
- Nothing good is engendered of the flesh.
-- Xystus I (Sixtus, 7th Bishop of Rome)(?
c.125 CE) "The Ring...
- There are no illegitimate children--only illegitimate parents.
--Judge Leon R. Yankwich Zipkin v. Mozon (1928)...
- Be not afraid of enemies; the worst they can do is to kill you.
be afraid of friends; the worst they can do is betray you....
- A statesman is an easy man,
He tells his lies by rote
A journalist makes up his lies
And takes you by the throa...
- Many times man lives and dies
Between his two eternities.
-- William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) "Under Ben Bulben" (1936-1939)...
- All empty souls tend to extreme opinion.
-- William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) "Dramatis Personae" (Autobiog.
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