Everyone carries within himself an image of womanliness derived from his mother: it is this that determines whether, on the whole,he will revere women, or despise them, or remain generally indifferent to them.
I despise mystics, they fancy themselves so deep, when they aren't even superficial.
Long live all us crazy soldiers Who were born under calico skies May we never be called to handle All the weapons of war we despise
Do not despise your own place and hour. Every place is under the stars, every place is the center of the world.
All pleasures must be paid for, do not despise those that state their price.
There are only two distinct classes of people on this earth, those who espouse enthusiasm and those who despise it.
Never despise what you don't understand.
Never to despise in myself what I have been taught to despise. Nor to despise the other. Not to despise the it. To make this relation with the it: to know that I am it.
Many people despise wealth, but few know how to give it away.
It is easy to despise what you cannot get
It is a general rule of human nature that people despise those who treat them well, and look up to those who make no concessions.
To supervise people, you must either surpass them in their accomplishments or despise them.
Languages are no more than the keys of Sciences. He who despises one, slights the other.
Is it your thought that I despise some of these, while I love the others? I tell you, I despise nothing. None of it is repulsive to Me. It is life, and life is the gift; the unspeakable treasure; the holy of holies.
Real men despise battle, but will never run from it.
It is fair to despise a cowardly man, but the female sex is strongest when it's weak.
From my example learn to be just, and not to despise the gods.
Whenever anything is spoken against you that is not true, do not pass by or despise it because it is false; but forthwith examine yourself, and consider what you have said or done that may administer a just occasion of reproof.
Who despises all that is despicable is made to be impressed with all that is grand.
Men, not children or servants, tempered and taught to the end; Cleansed of servile panic, slow to dread or despise, Humble because of knowledge, mighty by sacrifice.
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