Quotes by Eleanor Marx

By the time your life is finished, you will have learned just enough to begin it well.

Eleanor Marx

Other Great Authors

Marriage: a book of which the first chapter is written in poetry and the remaining chapters in prose.

Beverly Nichols

Hating people is like burning down your house to get rid of a rat.

Harry Emerson Fosdick

Some people are born mediocre, some people achieve mediocrity, and some people have mediocrity thrust upon them.

Joseph Heller

A child only educated at school is an uneducated child.

George Santayana

That consciousness is everything and that all things begin with a thought. That we are responsible for our own fate, we reap what we sow, we get what we give, we pull in what we put out. I know these things for sure.


Every step toward Christ kills a doubt. Every thought, word, and deed for Him carries you away from discouragement.

Theodore Ledyard Cuyler »

Once you permit those who are convinced of their own superior rightness to censor and silence and suppress those who hold contrary opinions, just at that moment the citadel has been surrendered. For the American citadel is a man. Not man in general. Not man in the abstract. Not the majority of men. But man. That man. His worth. His uniqueness.

Archibald MacLeish »

The way money goes so fast these days, they should paint racing stripes on it.

Mark Russell »