Quotes by William Shakespeare, Epitaph on his gravestone

Cursed be he that moves my bones.

William Shakespeare, Epitaph on his gravestone

Other Great Authors

Nothing you can't spell will ever work.

Will Rogers

Just because the solutions of problems are not visible at any particular time does not mean that those problems will never be alleviated -- or confined to tolerable dimensions. History has a way of changing the very terms in which problems operate and of leaving them, in the end, unsolved, to be sure, yet strangely deflated of their original meaning and importance.

M. I. Abramowitz

People are very fond of giving away what they need most themselves. It is what I call the depth of generosity.

Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Grey

The past is the tomorrow that got away.

Leonard L. Levinson

It was built against the will of the immortal gods, and so it did not last for long.


Whoever, in middle age, attempts to realize the wishes and hopes of his early youth, invariably deceives himself. Each ten years of a man's life has its own fortunes, its own hopes, its own desires.

Johann von Goethe »

When I feel bad, I work. When I have problems, when I'm depressed, when I'm bored with life, I sit down to my work. There are probably other prescriptions, but I don't know them. Or they don't work for me. You want my advice -- here it is Go and work. Thank God that people like you and me need only paper and pencil to work.

Strugatsky »

Failure is a path, not a destination.

Robert Logan »