Quotes by Willmott

The vain man is generally a doubter. It is Newton who sees himself as child on the sea shore, and his discoveries in the colored shell.

Willmott

Other Great Authors


Without absolutes revealed from without by God Himself, we are left rudderless in a sea of conflicting ideas about manners, justice and right and wrong, issuing from a multitude of self-opinionated thinkers.

John Owen

There is no happiness where there is no wisdom;No wisdom but in submission to the gods.Big words are always punished,And proud men in old age learn to be wise.

Sophocles, Antigone

Make money your god and it will plague you like the devil.

Henry Fielding

For peace of mind, we need to resign as general manager of the universe.

Larry Eisenberg

The proposition that the people are the best keepers of their own liberties is not true. They are the worst conceivable, they are no keepers at all; they can neither judge, act, think, or will, as a political body.

John Adams

Just as despair can come to one only from other human beings, hope, too, can be given to one only by other human beings.

Elie Weisel »

Just when I think I have learned the way to live, life changes and I am left the same. The more things change the more I am the same. I am what I started with, and when it is all over I will be all that is left of me.

Hugh Prather »