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Famous French Quote #4 {day twenty-five}

Famous French Quote #4 {day twenty-five}

Ce que peut la vertu d’un homme ne se doit pas mesurer par ses efforts, mais par son ordinaire. The virtue of a man ought to be measured, not by his extraordinary exertions, but by his everyday conduct. Blaise Pascal, philosopher, scientist, theologian (1623-1662)  

Famous French Quote #3 {day eighteen}

Famous French Quote #3 {day eighteen}

Chaque homme est coupable de tout le bien qu’il n’a pas fait. Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do. Voltaire, writer and philosopher (1694-1778)

Famous French Quote #2 {day eleven}

Famous French Quote #2 {day eleven}

Le principal fléau de l’humanité n’est pas l’ignorance mais le refus de savoir. The scourge of humanity is not ignorance but refusing to know. Simone de Beauvoir (1908-1986)

Famous French Quote #1 {day four}

Famous French Quote #1 {day four}

  Pour critiquer les gens, il faut les connaître, et pour les connaître, il faut les aimer. To criticise people, you need to know them, and to know them, you must love them. Coluche, French comedian and actor, 1944-1986  

News incoming!

News incoming!

  ‘Suddenly I awake to a stark amazement at everything… To be alive is so incredible that all I can do is to lie still and merely breathe.’ W. N.P. Barbellion

 
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