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Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (10 November 1759 9 May 1805), usually known as Friedrich Schiller, was a German poet, physician, historian, dramatist, and playwright.
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Schiller_-_Poems

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IN CHAPTERS CLASSNAME
1.fs_-_A_Funeral_Fantasie
1.fs_-_Amalia
1.fs_-_A_Peculiar_Ideal
1.fs_-_A_Problem
1.fs_-_Archimedes
1.fs_-_Astronomical_Writings
1.fs_-_Beauteous_Individuality
1.fs_-_Breadth_And_Depth
1.fs_-_Carthage
1.fs_-_Cassandra
1.fs_-_Columbus
1.fs_-_Count_Eberhard,_The_Groaner_Of_Wurtembert._A_War_Song
1.fs_-_Dangerous_Consequences
1.fs_-_Difference_Of_Station
1.fs_-_Different_Destinies
1.fs_-_Dithyramb
1.fs_-_Elegy_On_The_Death_Of_A_Young_Man
1.fs_-_Elysium
1.fs_-_Evening
1.fs_-_Fame_And_Duty
1.fs_-_Fantasie_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_Feast_Of_Victory
1.fs_-_Female_Judgment
1.fs_-_Fortune_And_Wisdom
1.fs_-_Fridolin_(The_Walk_To_The_Iron_Factory)
1.fs_-_Friend_And_Foe
1.fs_-_Friendship
1.fs_-_Geniality
1.fs_-_Genius
1.fs_-_German_Faith
1.fs_-_Germany_And_Her_Princes
1.fs_-_Greekism
1.fs_-_Group_From_Tartarus
1.fs_-_Hero_And_Leander
1.fs_-_Honors
1.fs_-_Honor_To_Woman
1.fs_-_Hope
1.fs_-_Human_Knowledge
1.fs_-_Hymn_To_Joy
1.fs_-_Inside_And_Outside
1.fs_-_Jove_To_Hercules
1.fs_-_Light_And_Warmth
1.fs_-_Longing
1.fs_-_Love_And_Desire
1.fs_-_Majestas_Populi
1.fs_-_Melancholy_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_My_Antipathy
1.fs_-_My_Faith
1.fs_-_Nadowessian_Death-Lament
1.fs_-_Naenia
1.fs_-_Ode_an_die_Freude
1.fs_-_Ode_To_Joy
1.fs_-_Ode_To_Joy_-_With_Translation
1.fs_-_Odysseus
1.fs_-_Parables_And_Riddles
1.fs_-_Participation
1.fs_-_Political_Precept
1.fs_-_Pompeii_And_Herculaneum
1.fs_-_Punch_Song
1.fs_-_Punch_Song_(To_be_sung_in_the_Northern_Countries)
1.fs_-_Rapture_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_Resignation
1.fs_-_Rousseau
1.fs_-_Shakespeare's_Ghost_-_A_Parody
1.fs_-_The_Agreement
1.fs_-_The_Alpine_Hunter
1.fs_-_The_Animating_Principle
1.fs_-_The_Antiques_At_Paris
1.fs_-_The_Antique_To_The_Northern_Wanderer
1.fs_-_The_Artists
1.fs_-_The_Assignation
1.fs_-_The_Bards_Of_Olden_Time
1.fs_-_The_Battle
1.fs_-_The_Best_State
1.fs_-_The_Best_State_Constitution
1.fs_-_The_Celebrated_Woman_-_An_Epistle_By_A_Married_Man
1.fs_-_The_Circle_Of_Nature
1.fs_-_The_Complaint_Of_Ceres
1.fs_-_The_Conflict
1.fs_-_The_Count_Of_Hapsburg
1.fs_-_The_Cranes_Of_Ibycus
1.fs_-_The_Dance
1.fs_-_The_Difficult_Union
1.fs_-_The_Division_Of_The_Earth
1.fs_-_The_Driver
1.fs_-_The_Duty_Of_All
1.fs_-_The_Eleusinian_Festival
1.fs_-_The_Fairest_Apparition
1.fs_-_The_Favor_Of_The_Moment
1.fs_-_The_Fight_With_The_Dragon
1.fs_-_The_Flowers
1.fs_-_The_Fortune-Favored
1.fs_-_The_Forum_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Four_Ages_Of_The_World
1.fs_-_The_Fugitive
1.fs_-_The_Genius_With_The_Inverted_Torch
1.fs_-_The_German_Art
1.fs_-_The_Glove_-_A_Tale
1.fs_-_The_Gods_Of_Greece
1.fs_-_The_Greatness_Of_The_World
1.fs_-_The_Honorable
1.fs_-_The_Hostage
1.fs_-_The_Ideal_And_The_Actual_Life
1.fs_-_The_Ideals
1.fs_-_The_Iliad
1.fs_-_The_Imitator
1.fs_-_The_Immutable
1.fs_-_The_Infanticide
1.fs_-_The_Invincible_Armada
1.fs_-_The_Key
1.fs_-_Thekla_-_A_Spirit_Voice
1.fs_-_The_Knight_Of_Toggenburg
1.fs_-_The_Knights_Of_St._John
1.fs_-_The_Lay_Of_The_Bell
1.fs_-_The_Lay_Of_The_Mountain
1.fs_-_The_Learned_Workman
1.fs_-_The_Maiden_From_Afar
1.fs_-_The_Maiden's_Lament
1.fs_-_The_Maid_Of_Orleans
1.fs_-_The_Meeting
1.fs_-_The_Merchant
1.fs_-_The_Moral_Force
1.fs_-_The_Observer
1.fs_-_The_Philosophical_Egotist
1.fs_-_The_Pilgrim
1.fs_-_The_Playing_Infant
1.fs_-_The_Poetry_Of_Life
1.fs_-_The_Power_Of_Song
1.fs_-_The_Power_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Present_Generation
1.fs_-_The_Proverbs_Of_Confucius
1.fs_-_The_Ring_Of_Polycrates_-_A_Ballad
1.fs_-_The_Secret
1.fs_-_The_Sexes
1.fs_-_The_Sower
1.fs_-_The_Triumph_Of_Love
1.fs_-_The_Two_Guides_Of_Life_-_The_Sublime_And_The_Beautiful
1.fs_-_The_Two_Paths_Of_Virtue
1.fs_-_The_Veiled_Statue_At_Sais
1.fs_-_The_Virtue_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Walk
1.fs_-_The_Words_Of_Belief
1.fs_-_The_Words_Of_Error
1.fs_-_The_Youth_By_The_Brook
1.fs_-_To_A_Moralist
1.fs_-_To_Astronomers
1.fs_-_To_A_World-Reformer
1.fs_-_To_Emma
1.fs_-_To_Laura_At_The_Harpsichord
1.fs_-_To_Laura_(Mystery_Of_Reminiscence)
1.fs_-_To_Minna
1.fs_-_To_My_Friends
1.fs_-_To_Mystics
1.fs_-_To_Proselytizers
1.fs_-_To_The_Muse
1.fs_-_To_The_Spring
1.fs_-_Two_Descriptions_Of_Action
1.fs_-_Untitled_01
1.fs_-_Untitled_02
1.fs_-_Untitled_03
1.fs_-_Variety
1.fs_-_Votive_Tablets
1.fs_-_Wisdom_And_Prudence
1.fs_-_Worth_And_The_Worthy
1.fs_-_Written_In_A_Young_Lady's_Album

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1.fs_-_A_Funeral_Fantasie
1.fs_-_Amalia
1.fs_-_A_Peculiar_Ideal
1.fs_-_A_Problem
1.fs_-_Archimedes
1.fs_-_Astronomical_Writings
1.fs_-_Beauteous_Individuality
1.fs_-_Breadth_And_Depth
1.fs_-_Carthage
1.fs_-_Cassandra
1.fs_-_Columbus
1.fs_-_Count_Eberhard,_The_Groaner_Of_Wurtembert._A_War_Song
1.fs_-_Dangerous_Consequences
1.fs_-_Difference_Of_Station
1.fs_-_Different_Destinies
1.fs_-_Dithyramb
1.fs_-_Elegy_On_The_Death_Of_A_Young_Man
1.fs_-_Elysium
1.fs_-_Evening
1.fs_-_Fame_And_Duty
1.fs_-_Fantasie_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_Feast_Of_Victory
1.fs_-_Female_Judgment
1.fs_-_Fortune_And_Wisdom
1.fs_-_Fridolin_(The_Walk_To_The_Iron_Factory)
1.fs_-_Friend_And_Foe
1.fs_-_Friendship
1.fs_-_Geniality
1.fs_-_Genius
1.fs_-_German_Faith
1.fs_-_Germany_And_Her_Princes
1.fs_-_Greekism
1.fs_-_Group_From_Tartarus
1.fs_-_Hero_And_Leander
1.fs_-_Honors
1.fs_-_Honor_To_Woman
1.fs_-_Hope
1.fs_-_Human_Knowledge
1.fs_-_Hymn_To_Joy
1.fs_-_Inside_And_Outside
1.fs_-_Jove_To_Hercules
1.fs_-_Light_And_Warmth
1.fs_-_Longing
1.fs_-_Love_And_Desire
1.fs_-_Majestas_Populi
1.fs_-_Melancholy_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_My_Antipathy
1.fs_-_My_Faith
1.fs_-_Nadowessian_Death-Lament
1.fs_-_Naenia
1.fs_-_Ode_an_die_Freude
1.fs_-_Ode_To_Joy
1.fs_-_Ode_To_Joy_-_With_Translation
1.fs_-_Odysseus
1.fs_-_Parables_And_Riddles
1.fs_-_Participation
1.fs_-_Political_Precept
1.fs_-_Pompeii_And_Herculaneum
1.fs_-_Punch_Song
1.fs_-_Punch_Song_(To_be_sung_in_the_Northern_Countries)
1.fs_-_Rapture_--_To_Laura
1.fs_-_Resignation
1.fs_-_Rousseau
1.fs_-_Shakespeare's_Ghost_-_A_Parody
1.fs_-_The_Agreement
1.fs_-_The_Alpine_Hunter
1.fs_-_The_Animating_Principle
1.fs_-_The_Antiques_At_Paris
1.fs_-_The_Antique_To_The_Northern_Wanderer
1.fs_-_The_Artists
1.fs_-_The_Assignation
1.fs_-_The_Bards_Of_Olden_Time
1.fs_-_The_Battle
1.fs_-_The_Best_State
1.fs_-_The_Best_State_Constitution
1.fs_-_The_Celebrated_Woman_-_An_Epistle_By_A_Married_Man
1.fs_-_The_Circle_Of_Nature
1.fs_-_The_Complaint_Of_Ceres
1.fs_-_The_Conflict
1.fs_-_The_Count_Of_Hapsburg
1.fs_-_The_Cranes_Of_Ibycus
1.fs_-_The_Dance
1.fs_-_The_Difficult_Union
1.fs_-_The_Division_Of_The_Earth
1.fs_-_The_Driver
1.fs_-_The_Duty_Of_All
1.fs_-_The_Eleusinian_Festival
1.fs_-_The_Fairest_Apparition
1.fs_-_The_Favor_Of_The_Moment
1.fs_-_The_Fight_With_The_Dragon
1.fs_-_The_Flowers
1.fs_-_The_Fortune-Favored
1.fs_-_The_Forum_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Four_Ages_Of_The_World
1.fs_-_The_Fugitive
1.fs_-_The_Genius_With_The_Inverted_Torch
1.fs_-_The_German_Art
1.fs_-_The_Glove_-_A_Tale
1.fs_-_The_Gods_Of_Greece
1.fs_-_The_Greatness_Of_The_World
1.fs_-_The_Honorable
1.fs_-_The_Hostage
1.fs_-_The_Ideal_And_The_Actual_Life
1.fs_-_The_Ideals
1.fs_-_The_Iliad
1.fs_-_The_Imitator
1.fs_-_The_Immutable
1.fs_-_The_Infanticide
1.fs_-_The_Invincible_Armada
1.fs_-_The_Key
1.fs_-_Thekla_-_A_Spirit_Voice
1.fs_-_The_Knight_Of_Toggenburg
1.fs_-_The_Knights_Of_St._John
1.fs_-_The_Lay_Of_The_Bell
1.fs_-_The_Lay_Of_The_Mountain
1.fs_-_The_Learned_Workman
1.fs_-_The_Maiden_From_Afar
1.fs_-_The_Maiden's_Lament
1.fs_-_The_Maid_Of_Orleans
1.fs_-_The_Meeting
1.fs_-_The_Merchant
1.fs_-_The_Moral_Force
1.fs_-_The_Observer
1.fs_-_The_Philosophical_Egotist
1.fs_-_The_Pilgrim
1.fs_-_The_Playing_Infant
1.fs_-_The_Poetry_Of_Life
1.fs_-_The_Power_Of_Song
1.fs_-_The_Power_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Present_Generation
1.fs_-_The_Proverbs_Of_Confucius
1.fs_-_The_Ring_Of_Polycrates_-_A_Ballad
1.fs_-_The_Secret
1.fs_-_The_Sexes
1.fs_-_The_Sower
1.fs_-_The_Triumph_Of_Love
1.fs_-_The_Two_Guides_Of_Life_-_The_Sublime_And_The_Beautiful
1.fs_-_The_Two_Paths_Of_Virtue
1.fs_-_The_Veiled_Statue_At_Sais
1.fs_-_The_Virtue_Of_Woman
1.fs_-_The_Walk
1.fs_-_The_Words_Of_Belief
1.fs_-_The_Words_Of_Error
1.fs_-_The_Youth_By_The_Brook
1.fs_-_To_A_Moralist
1.fs_-_To_Astronomers
1.fs_-_To_A_World-Reformer
1.fs_-_To_Emma
1.fs_-_To_Laura_At_The_Harpsichord
1.fs_-_To_Laura_(Mystery_Of_Reminiscence)
1.fs_-_To_Minna
1.fs_-_To_My_Friends
1.fs_-_To_Mystics
1.fs_-_To_Proselytizers
1.fs_-_To_The_Muse
1.fs_-_To_The_Spring
1.fs_-_Two_Descriptions_Of_Action
1.fs_-_Untitled_01
1.fs_-_Untitled_02
1.fs_-_Untitled_03
1.fs_-_Variety
1.fs_-_Votive_Tablets
1.fs_-_Wisdom_And_Prudence
1.fs_-_Worth_And_The_Worthy
1.fs_-_Written_In_A_Young_Lady's_Album
4.03_-_The_Special_Phenomenology_of_the_Child_Archetype
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1:Live with your century; but do not be its creature. ~ Friedrich Schiller,
2:See how, like lightest waves at play, the airy dancers fleet;
   And scarcely feels the floor the wings of those harmonious feet.
   Ob, are they flying shadows from their native forms set free?
   Or phantoms in the fairy ring that summer moonbeams see?
   As, by the gentle zephyr blown, some light mist flees in air,
   As skiffs that skim adown the tide, when silver waves are fair,
   So sports the docile footstep to the heave of that sweet measure,
   As music wafts the form aloft at its melodious pleasure,
   Now breaking through the woven chain of the entangled dance,
   From where the ranks the thickest press, a bolder pair advance,
   The path they leave behind them lost--wide open the path beyond,
   The way unfolds or closes up as by a magic wand.
   See now, they vanish from the gaze in wild confusion blended;
   All, in sweet chaos whirled again, that gentle world is ended!
   No!--disentangled glides the knot, the gay disorder ranges--
   The only system ruling here, a grace that ever changes.
   For ay destroyed--for ay renewed, whirls on that fair creation;
   And yet one peaceful law can still pervade in each mutation.
   And what can to the reeling maze breathe harmony and vigor,
   And give an order and repose to every gliding figure?
   That each a ruler to himself doth but himself obey,
   Yet through the hurrying course still keeps his own appointed way.
   What, would'st thou know? It is in truth the mighty power of tune,
   A power that every step obeys, as tides obey the moon;
   That threadeth with a golden clue the intricate employment,
   Curbs bounding strength to tranquil grace, and tames the wild enjoyment.
   And comes the world's wide harmony in vain upon thine ears?
   The stream of music borne aloft from yonder choral spheres?
   And feel'st thou not the measure which eternal Nature keeps?
   The whirling dance forever held in yonder azure deeps?
   The suns that wheel in varying maze?--That music thou discernest?
   No! Thou canst honor that in sport which thou forgettest in earnest.
   ~ Friedrich Schiller,

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1:God helps the brave ~ Friedrich Schiller
2:Intellect--brain force. ~ Friedrich Schiller
3:Virtue is no empty echo. ~ Friedrich Schiller
4:Far must thy researches go ~ Friedrich Schiller
5:I feel an army in my fist. ~ Friedrich Schiller
6:Appearance rules the world. ~ Friedrich Schiller
7:life is earnest, art is gay ~ Friedrich Schiller
8:Love is the reward of love. ~ Friedrich Schiller
9:I am my own heaven and hell! ~ Friedrich Schiller
10:Life is earnest, art is gay. ~ Friedrich Schiller
11:Weep, for the light is dead. ~ Friedrich Schiller
12:Man is an imitative creature. ~ Friedrich Schiller
13:Stubbornness is not firmness. ~ Friedrich Schiller
14:To save all we must risk all. ~ Friedrich Schiller
15:Ah, to that far distant strand ~ Friedrich Schiller
16:Dare to be wrong and to dream. ~ Friedrich Schiller
17:Doch zittre vor der langsamen, ~ Friedrich Schiller
18:Great souls endure in silence. ~ Friedrich Schiller
19:Great souls suffer in silence. ~ Friedrich Schiller
20:I am better than my reputation ~ Friedrich Schiller
21:Misanthropy is a slow suicide. ~ Friedrich Schiller
22:Art is the daughter of freedom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
23:Deaf rage that hears no leader. ~ Friedrich Schiller
24:False fancy brings real misery. ~ Friedrich Schiller
25:Freedom exists only with power. ~ Friedrich Schiller
26:The first great law is to obey. ~ Friedrich Schiller
27:There is no solitude in nature. ~ Friedrich Schiller
28:We must bear what Heaven sends. ~ Friedrich Schiller
29:Art is the right hand of Nature. ~ Friedrich Schiller
30:Gray hairs are death's blossoms. ~ Friedrich Schiller
31:Like a dart the present glances, ~ Friedrich Schiller
32:O God, how lovely still is life! ~ Friedrich Schiller
33:O tender yearning, sweet hoping! ~ Friedrich Schiller
34:Wage Du zu irren und zu träumen! ~ Friedrich Schiller
35:I have enjoyed earthly happiness, ~ Friedrich Schiller
36:Innocence has a friend in heaven. ~ Friedrich Schiller
37:Love can sun the realms of night. ~ Friedrich Schiller
38:Stern is the visage of necessity. ~ Friedrich Schiller
39:The universe is a thought of God. ~ Friedrich Schiller
40:The will of man is his happiness. ~ Friedrich Schiller
41:Will it, and set to work briskly. ~ Friedrich Schiller
42:Fear of death is worse than dying. ~ Friedrich Schiller
43:His saying was: live and let live. ~ Friedrich Schiller
44:I feel that I am a man of destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
45:Joy is the mainspring in the whole ~ Friedrich Schiller
46:Modest humility is beauty's crown. ~ Friedrich Schiller
47:On the mountains there is freedom! ~ Friedrich Schiller
48:Pain is short, and joy is eternal. ~ Friedrich Schiller
49:Sorrow is brief but joy is endless ~ Friedrich Schiller
50:The empire of Saturnus is gone by; ~ Friedrich Schiller
51:World history is the world's court ~ Friedrich Schiller
52:Obedience decks the Christian most. ~ Friedrich Schiller
53:Obedience is the Christian's crown. ~ Friedrich Schiller
54:To the fool-king belongs the world. ~ Friedrich Schiller
55:Satisfy a few to please many is bad. ~ Friedrich Schiller
56:Speech is always bolder than action. ~ Friedrich Schiller
57:The dream is short, repentance long. ~ Friedrich Schiller
58:Votes should be weighed not counted. ~ Friedrich Schiller
59:Wise to resolve, patient to perform. ~ Friedrich Schiller
60:Празните думи не облекчават сърцата. ~ Friedrich Schiller
61:Don't let your heart depend on things ~ Friedrich Schiller
62:Joy, thou spark from Heav'n immortal, ~ Friedrich Schiller
63:Keep true to the dreams of thy youth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
64:Song forbids victorious deeds to die. ~ Friedrich Schiller
65:The lemonade is weak, like your soul. ~ Friedrich Schiller
66:The mind is the eyesight of the soul. ~ Friedrich Schiller
67:I follow my heart, for I can trust it. ~ Friedrich Schiller
68:Keep true to the dreams of your youth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
69:Man is only fully human when he plays! ~ Friedrich Schiller
70:O jealousy! thou magnifier of trifles. ~ Friedrich Schiller
71:Power is the most persuasive rhetoric. ~ Friedrich Schiller
72:Truth is more than a dream and a song. ~ Friedrich Schiller
73:Wine invents nothing; it only tattles. ~ Friedrich Schiller
74:Even weak men when united are powerful. ~ Friedrich Schiller
75:Every true genius is bound to be naive. ~ Friedrich Schiller
76:O that it might remain eternally green, ~ Friedrich Schiller
77:Peace is rarely denied to the peaceful. ~ Friedrich Schiller
78:The strong man is strongest when alone. ~ Friedrich Schiller
79:Whatever is not forbidden is permitted. ~ Friedrich Schiller
80:Wouldst thou wisely, and with pleasure, ~ Friedrich Schiller
81:Accursed be he who plays with the devil. ~ Friedrich Schiller
82:A gloomy guest fits not a wedding feast. ~ Friedrich Schiller
83:An axe at home saves hiring a carpenter. ~ Friedrich Schiller
84:On dreary night let lusty sunshine fall. ~ Friedrich Schiller
85:To know thyself--in others self-concern; ~ Friedrich Schiller
86:Wer tränen ernten will, muss Liebe säen. ~ Friedrich Schiller
87:A deep meaning often lies in old customs. ~ Friedrich Schiller
88:Brief is the sorrow — endless is the joy! ~ Friedrich Schiller
89:Deep meaning lies often in childish play. ~ Friedrich Schiller
90:Ernst ist das Leben, heiter ist die Kunst ~ Friedrich Schiller
91:Folly, thou conquerest, and I must yield! ~ Friedrich Schiller
92:Forgiveness is the divinest of victories. ~ Friedrich Schiller
93:Freedom can occur only through education. ~ Friedrich Schiller
94:Toil of science swells the wealth of art. ~ Friedrich Schiller
95:Truth lives on in the midst of deception. ~ Friedrich Schiller
96:Who dares nothing, need hope for nothing. ~ Friedrich Schiller
97:Art is difficult, transient is her reward. ~ Friedrich Schiller
98:Chains of iron or of silk-both are chains. ~ Friedrich Schiller
99:Illusion is brief, but repentance is long. ~ Friedrich Schiller
100:Nothing leads to good that is not natural. ~ Friedrich Schiller
101:What is life without the radiance of love? ~ Friedrich Schiller
102:Dem Mimen flicht die Nachwelt keine Kränze. ~ Friedrich Schiller
103:Fate hath no voice but the heart's impulse. ~ Friedrich Schiller
104:Full of wisdom are the ordinations of fate. ~ Friedrich Schiller
105:Have Faith. Where'er thy bark is driven, - ~ Friedrich Schiller
106:In love, Jealousy is the great exaggerator. ~ Friedrich Schiller
107:Joy all creatures drink At nature's bosoms. ~ Friedrich Schiller
108:Never the grave gives back what it has won! ~ Friedrich Schiller
109:Posterity weaves no garlands for imitators. ~ Friedrich Schiller
110:We shall be free, just as our fathers were. ~ Friedrich Schiller
111:A healthy nature needs no God or immortality ~ Friedrich Schiller
112:Honesty prospers in every condition of life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
113:Life did not present its sunny side to thee. ~ Friedrich Schiller
114:Misery travels free through the whole world! ~ Friedrich Schiller
115:Soon is the struggle past, and to the earth, ~ Friedrich Schiller
116:The dignity of man into your hands is given; ~ Friedrich Schiller
117:The May of life blooms once and never again. ~ Friedrich Schiller
118:The Moor has done his work, the Moor may go. ~ Friedrich Schiller
119:There is a nobility in the world of manners. ~ Friedrich Schiller
120:The world's history is the world's judgment. ~ Friedrich Schiller
121:What shall he fear that does not fear death. ~ Friedrich Schiller
122:What is the short meaning of the long speech? ~ Friedrich Schiller
123:Who reflects too much will accomplish little. ~ Friedrich Schiller
124:Against stupidity, God Himself fights in vain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
125:Day's lustrous eyes grow heavy in sweet death. ~ Friedrich Schiller
126:He who considers too much will perform little. ~ Friedrich Schiller
127:Sorrows must die with the joys they outnumber. ~ Friedrich Schiller
128:Strange customs do not thrive in foreign soil. ~ Friedrich Schiller
129:A noble heart will always capitulate to reason. ~ Friedrich Schiller
130:Heaven and earth fight in vain against a dunce! ~ Friedrich Schiller
131:He that is overcautious will accomplish little. ~ Friedrich Schiller
132:It is through beauty that we arrive at freedom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
133:The brave person thinks of himself last of all. ~ Friedrich Schiller
134:When the wine goes in, strange things come out. ~ Friedrich Schiller
135:All powerful souls have kindred with each other. ~ Friedrich Schiller
136:For the world is only governed by self-interest. ~ Friedrich Schiller
137:It is easy to give advice from a port of safety. ~ Friedrich Schiller
138:Liebe Kennt der allein, der ohne Hoffnung liebt. ~ Friedrich Schiller
139:Mankind is made great or little by its own will. ~ Friedrich Schiller
140:The dictates of the heart are the voice of fate. ~ Friedrich Schiller
141:The voice of the majority is no proof of justice ~ Friedrich Schiller
142:Time flies on restless pinions - constant never. ~ Friedrich Schiller
143:Where there is much freedom there is much error. ~ Friedrich Schiller
144:A brave man hazards life, but not his conscience. ~ Friedrich Schiller
145:Even the weak become strong when they are united. ~ Friedrich Schiller
146:It is play and only play that makes man complete. ~ Friedrich Schiller
147:Mit der Dummheit kämpfen Götter selbst vergebens. ~ Friedrich Schiller
148:No emperor has the power to dictate to the heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
149:One can give advice comfortably from a safe port. ~ Friedrich Schiller
150:The happy man does not notice the flight of time. ~ Friedrich Schiller
151:The key to education is the experience of beauty. ~ Friedrich Schiller
152:The voice of the majority is no proof of justice. ~ Friedrich Schiller
153:From the moment fear begins I have ceased to fear. ~ Friedrich Schiller
154:Happy he who learns to bear what he cannot change. ~ Friedrich Schiller
155:The victor is often vanquished by his own success. ~ Friedrich Schiller
156:Even in a righteous cause force is a fearful thing. ~ Friedrich Schiller
157:Live with your century, but do not be its creature. ~ Friedrich Schiller
158:Live with your century; but do not be its creature. ~ Friedrich Schiller
159:Think with awe on the slow and quiet power of time. ~ Friedrich Schiller
160:Youth covets; let not this covetousness seduce you. ~ Friedrich Schiller
161:Alas! When duty grows thy law, enjoyment fades away. ~ Friedrich Schiller
162:If you wish to know yourself observe how others act. ~ Friedrich Schiller
163:Live with your century; but do not be its creature. ~ Friedrich Schiller,
164:The mountain cannot frighten one who was born on it. ~ Friedrich Schiller
165:You saw his weakness, and he will never forgive you. ~ Friedrich Schiller
166:All things must; man is the only creature that wills. ~ Friedrich Schiller
167:Любовта, в ръцете с прежда,
и от лабиринт извежда. ~ Friedrich Schiller
168:Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
169:As soon as I have begun to fear I have ceased to fear. ~ Friedrich Schiller
170:Forgiveness is the finding again of a lost possession. ~ Friedrich Schiller
171:Man is never so authentically himself as when at play. ~ Friedrich Schiller
172:That which is so universal as death must be a benefit. ~ Friedrich Schiller
173:Virtue has her heroes too As well as Fame and Fortune. ~ Friedrich Schiller
174:Man is made of ordinary things, and habit is his nurse. ~ Friedrich Schiller
175:The lamp of genius burns quicker than the lamp of life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
176:The world is ruled only by consideration of advantages. ~ Friedrich Schiller
177:When the gods were more manlike, Men were more godlike. ~ Friedrich Schiller
178:Historians are prophets with their face turned backward. ~ Friedrich Schiller
179:I have enjoyed the happiness of the world; I have loved. ~ Friedrich Schiller
180:Man is never so authentically himself than when at play. ~ Friedrich Schiller
181:The joke loses everything when the joker laughs himself. ~ Friedrich Schiller
182:Truth exists for the wise, beauty for the feeling heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
183:He that is over-cautious will accomplish but very little. ~ Friedrich Schiller
184:hidup yang tak dipertaruhkan, tak akan pernah dimenangkan ~ Friedrich Schiller
185:O who knows what slumbers in the background of the times? ~ Friedrich Schiller
186:The history of the world is the world's court of justice. ~ Friedrich Schiller
187:Wouldst thou know thyself, observe the actions of others. ~ Friedrich Schiller
188:He who neglects the present moment throws away all he has. ~ Friedrich Schiller
189:Love is only known by him who hopelessly persists in love. ~ Friedrich Schiller
190:Our safety is not in blindness, but in facing our dangers. ~ Friedrich Schiller
191:The iron chain and the silken cord are both equally bonds. ~ Friedrich Schiller
192:The very plants turn with a joyful transport to the light. ~ Friedrich Schiller
193:To gain a crown by fighting is great, to reject it divine. ~ Friedrich Schiller
194:A beautiful soul has no other merit than its own existence. ~ Friedrich Schiller
195:Against stupidity the very gods themselves contend in vain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
196:Be true, and thou shalt fetter time with everlasting chain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
197:Did you think the lion was sleeping because he didn't roar? ~ Friedrich Schiller
198:Grace is the beauty of form under the influence of freedom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
199:To live is to dream, and to dream pleasantly is to be wise. ~ Friedrich Schiller
200:Cling to thy native land, for it is the land of thy fathers? ~ Friedrich Schiller
201:Death is not too high a price for this—This taste of heaven— ~ Friedrich Schiller
202:Emulation is a noble and just passion, full of appreciation. ~ Friedrich Schiller
203:Virtue, though clothed in a beggar's garb, commands respect. ~ Friedrich Schiller
204:Man is created free, and is free, even though born in chains. ~ Friedrich Schiller
205:Time consecrates; and what is gray with age becomes religion. ~ Friedrich Schiller
206:While the gods remained more human, the men were more divine. ~ Friedrich Schiller
207:Friends show me what I can do, foes teach me what I should do. ~ Friedrich Schiller
208:Opposition always inflames the enthusiast, never converts him. ~ Friedrich Schiller
209:There is room in the smallest cottage for a happy loving pair. ~ Friedrich Schiller
210:What the inner voice says will not disappoint the hoping soul. ~ Friedrich Schiller
211:Der Mensch braucht wenig, und an Leben reich
Ist die Natur. ~ Friedrich Schiller
212:lern' erst die Tiefe des Abgrunds kennen, eh du hineinspringst! ~ Friedrich Schiller
213:Thus Arm in Arm with thee I dare defy my century into the lists. ~ Friedrich Schiller
214:Dear is my friend--yet from my foe, as from my friend, comes good: ~ Friedrich Schiller
215:Disappointments are to the soul what a thunderstorm is to the air. ~ Friedrich Schiller
216:Eternity gives nothing back of what one leaves out of the minutes. ~ Friedrich Schiller
217:He who has done his best for his own time has lived for all times. ~ Friedrich Schiller
218:O'er Ocean, with a thousand masts, sails forth the stripling bold- ~ Friedrich Schiller
219:Seraphs share with thee Knowledge; but Art, O Man, is thine alone! ~ Friedrich Schiller
220:We, we live! ours are the hours, and the living have their claims. ~ Friedrich Schiller
221:Dare to err and to dream. Deep meaning often lies in childish play. ~ Friedrich Schiller
222:It is often wise to reveal that which cannot be concealed for long. ~ Friedrich Schiller
223:Dare to err and to dream. Deep meaning often lies in childish plays. ~ Friedrich Schiller
224:Lose not yourself in a far off time, seize the moment that is thine. ~ Friedrich Schiller
225:The jest loses its point when he who makes it is the first to laugh. ~ Friedrich Schiller
226:There is more to life than just existing and having a pleasant time. ~ Friedrich Schiller
227:Why should I deem myself to be a chisel, when I could be the artist? ~ Friedrich Schiller
228:Cowards have done good and kind actions, but a coward never pardoned. ~ Friedrich Schiller
229:It is not flesh and blood, but heart which makes us fathers and sons. ~ Friedrich Schiller
230:Measure not by the scale of perfection the meager product of reality. ~ Friedrich Schiller
231:So it has reached this pass? Obedience and fear take flight together? ~ Friedrich Schiller
232:The zeal of friends it is that razes me, And not the hate of enemies. ~ Friedrich Schiller
233:To rankling poison hast thou turned in me the milk of human kindness. ~ Friedrich Schiller
234:Only the soldier is a free man, because he can look death in the face. ~ Friedrich Schiller
235:Foster the beautiful, and every hour thou tallest new flowers to birth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
236:Honor women! they entwine and weave heavenly roses in our earthly life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
237:In the ardor of pursuit men soon forget the goal from which they start. ~ Friedrich Schiller
238:The storm is master. Man, as a ball, is tossed twixt winds and billows. ~ Friedrich Schiller
239:What's old collapses, times change, And new life blossoms in the ruins. ~ Friedrich Schiller
240:It does not prove a thing to be right because the majority say it is so. ~ Friedrich Schiller
241:und setzt ihr nicht das Leben ein, nie wird euch das Leben gewonnen sein ~ Friedrich Schiller
242:We are too prone to find fault; let us look for some of the perfections. ~ Friedrich Schiller
243:Worthless is the nation that does not gladly stake its all on its honor. ~ Friedrich Schiller
244:Arrow-swift the present sweepeth, and motionless forever stands the past. ~ Friedrich Schiller
245:He who never ventures beyond actuality will never win the prize of truth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
246:In a narrow circle the mind contracts. Man grows with his expanded needs. ~ Friedrich Schiller
247:It would be necessary that they should be already sages to love wisdom... ~ Friedrich Schiller
248:Orang yang tidak berani berbuat apa-apa tidak boleh mengharapkan apa-apa. ~ Friedrich Schiller
249:He cannot complain of a hard sentence, who is made master of his own fate. ~ Friedrich Schiller
250:Man, living, feeling man, is the easy sport of the over-mastering present. ~ Friedrich Schiller
251:No greater grief than to remember days of gladness when sorrow is at hand. ~ Friedrich Schiller
252:Not he who scorns the Saviour's yoke Should wear his cross upon the heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
253:The man who fears nothing is as powerful as he who is feared by everybody. ~ Friedrich Schiller
254:What do I care for Sweden? I detest her,
Worse than the pit of hell.... ~ Friedrich Schiller
255:Glory to Women! They weave and entwine heavenly roses into an earthly life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
256:Our age is enlightened... How is it, then, that we still remain barbarians? ~ Friedrich Schiller
257:Many a crown shines spotless now that yet was deeply sullied in the winning. ~ Friedrich Schiller
258:(‘With stupidity, even the gods struggle in vain.’) Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805) ~ William Blum
259:It is a ring that makes a marriage and it is from rings that chains are made. ~ Friedrich Schiller
260:The future comes slowly, the present flies and the past stands still forever. ~ Friedrich Schiller
261:Only through Beauty's morning-gate, dost thou penetrate the land of knowledge. ~ Friedrich Schiller
262:The game of life looks cheerful when one carries a treasure safe in his heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
263:Fate always wins, for our own heart within us Imperiously furthers its designs. ~ Friedrich Schiller
264:If we do not find anything very pleasant, at least we shall find something new. ~ Friedrich Schiller
265:No cause has he to say his doom is harsh, who's made the master of his destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
266:The gentlest man cannot live in peace if it does not please his wicked neighbor. ~ Friedrich Schiller
267:A merely fallen enemy may rise again, but the reconciled one is truly vanquished. ~ Friedrich Schiller
268:As inclination changes, thus ebbs and flows the unstable tide of public judgment. ~ Friedrich Schiller
269:Leicht beieinander wohnen die Gedanken, doch hart im Raume stoßen sich die Sachen ~ Friedrich Schiller
270:Not without a shudder may the human hand reach into the mysterious urn of destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
271:This is the curse of an evil deed, that it incites and must bring forth more evil. ~ Friedrich Schiller
272:Love guides the stars towards each other, the world plan endures only through love. ~ Friedrich Schiller
273:Many a smiling face hides a mourning heart; but grief alone teaches us what we are. ~ Friedrich Schiller
274:Yes great people are always subject to persecution and always getting into straits. ~ Friedrich Schiller
275:As 'twas in the times of old 'tis now,   The sword is the sceptre, and all must bow. ~ Friedrich Schiller
276:Every man stamps his value on himself... man is made great or small by his own will. ~ Friedrich Schiller
277:The average estimate themselves by what they do, the above average by what they are. ~ Friedrich Schiller
278:The worst of me is known, and I can say that I am better than the reputation I bear. ~ Friedrich Schiller
279:Uncommon men require no common trust; give him but scope and he will set the bounds. ~ Friedrich Schiller
280:An honest man you may form of windle-straws, but to make a rogue you must have grist. ~ Friedrich Schiller
281:Appearance should never attain reality, And if nature conquers, then must art retire. ~ Friedrich Schiller
282:Der Ring macht Ehen,
und Ringe sind's, die eine Kette machen.
II, 2. (Elisabeth) ~ Friedrich Schiller
283:Freedom's sweet birthright they receive again,
Under the mystic sway of holy might. ~ Friedrich Schiller
284:In a narrow circle the mind grows narrow. The more one expands, the larger their aims. ~ Friedrich Schiller
285:O friends, no more these sounds!
Let us sing more cheerful songs, more full of joy! ~ Friedrich Schiller
286:One drop of hatred left in the cup of joy turns the most blissful draught into poison. ~ Friedrich Schiller
287:The man of courage thinks not of himself. Help the oppressed and put thy trust in God. ~ Friedrich Schiller
288:Be noble minded! Our own heart, and not other men's opinions of us, forms our true honor. ~ Friedrich Schiller
289:Let no one despair, even though in the darkest night the last star of hope may disappear. ~ Friedrich Schiller
290:Vast, colossal destiny, which raises man to fame, though it may also grind him to powder! ~ Friedrich Schiller
291:I know that we often tremble at an empty terror; yet the false fancy brings a real misery. ~ Friedrich Schiller
292:Oh how can we, scarce mastering our passions, expect that youth should keep itself in check? ~ Friedrich Schiller
293:When I hate I rob myself of something; but when I love I become richer by the object I love. ~ Friedrich Schiller
294:To one, science is an exalted goddess; to another it is a cow which provides him with butter. ~ Friedrich Schiller
295:Time is a blooming field: nature is ever teeming with life: and all is seed, and all is fruit. ~ Friedrich Schiller
296:Art is the right hand of Nature. The latter has only given us being, the former has made us men. ~ Friedrich Schiller
297:Glaube mir, man kann das für Stärke des Geistes halten, was doch am Ende Verzweiflung ist [...]. ~ Friedrich Schiller
298:If you cannot please everyone with your deeds and your art, please a few. To please many is bad. ~ Friedrich Schiller
299:Il vincolo che fa di noi dei padri e dei figli risiede nel cuore e non nella carne e nel sangue. ~ Friedrich Schiller
300:A childlike mind in its simplicity practises that science of good to which the wise may be blind. ~ Friedrich Schiller
301:A pity about the people! they are brave enough comrades, but they have heads like a soapboiler's. ~ Friedrich Schiller
302:When you are not happy with your life, always think that someone is happy simply because you exist ~ Friedrich Schiller
303:It is difficult to discriminate the voice of truth from amid the clamor raised by heated partisans. ~ Friedrich Schiller
304:Spring flies, and with it all the train it leads; and flowers, in fading, leave us but their seeds. ~ Friedrich Schiller
305:The dignity of mankind is in your hands; protect it!
It sinks with you! With you it will ascend. ~ Friedrich Schiller
306:Aesthetic matters are fundamental for the harmonious development of both society and the individual. ~ Friedrich Schiller
307:You have to go the rounds from individual to individual in order to gather the totality of the race. ~ Friedrich Schiller
308:To be man's tender mate was woman born, and in obeying nature she best serves the purposes of heaven. ~ Friedrich Schiller
309:Without a home must the soldier go, a changeful wanderer, and can warm himself at no home-lit hearth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
310:A virtuous name is the precious only good, for which queens and peasants' wives must contest together. ~ Friedrich Schiller
311:Rigor pushed too far is sure to miss its aim, however good, as the bow snaps that is bent too stiffly. ~ Friedrich Schiller
312:The rich become richer and the poor become poorer is a cry heard throughout the whole civilized world. ~ Friedrich Schiller
313:Deeper meaning resides in the fairy tales told me in my childhood than any truth that is taught in life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
314:It is not the mere station of life that stamps the value on us, but the manner in which we act our part. ~ Friedrich Schiller
315:The hat is the pride of man; for he who cannot keep his hat on before kings and emperors is no free man. ~ Friedrich Schiller
316:But how is the artist to protect himself against the corruption of the age which besets him on all sides? ~ Friedrich Schiller
317:In the society, where people are just parts in a larger machine, individuals are unable to develop fully. ~ Friedrich Schiller
318:It hinders the creative work of the mind if the intellect examines too closely the ideas as they pour in. ~ Friedrich Schiller
319:Drum prüfe, wer sich ewig bindet, ob sich das Herz zum Herzen findet! Der Wahn ist kurz, die Reu ist lang. ~ Friedrich Schiller
320:El artista es hijo de sus tiempos, pero desdichado de él si, a la vez, es su alumno o incluso su favorito. ~ Friedrich Schiller
321:Es lebt ein Gott zu strafen und zu rächen. ~ There is a God to punish and avenge. ~ Friedrich Schiller, Wilhelm Tell, IV. 3. 37
322:If thou art something bring thy soul and interchange with mine. - Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller. ~ Friedrich Schiller
323:Men show no mercy and expect no mercy, when honor calls, or when they fight for their idols or their gods. ~ Friedrich Schiller
324:On the mountains there is freedom! The world is perfect everywhere, save where man comes with his torment. ~ Friedrich Schiller
325:Utility is the great idol of the age, to which all powers must do service and all talents swear allegiance. ~ Friedrich Schiller
326:Wenn ich bei dir bin, zerschmilzt meine Vernunft in einen Blick - in einen Traum von dir, wenn ich weg bin. ~ Friedrich Schiller
327:The great happiness of life, I find, after all, to consist in the regular discharge of some mechanical duty. ~ Friedrich Schiller
328:If you would attain to your highest, go look upon a flower;what the flower does willessly, that do willingly. ~ Friedrich Schiller
329:Secrecy is for the happy,--misery, hopeless misery, needs no veil; under a thousand suns it dares act openly. ~ Friedrich Schiller
330:Deeper meaning resides in the fairy tales told to me in my childhood than in the truth that is taught by life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
331:No doubt the artist is the child of his time; but woe to him if he is also its disciple, or even its favorite. ~ Friedrich Schiller
332:Man only plays when in the full meaning of the word he is a man, and he is only completely a man when he plays. ~ Friedrich Schiller
333:Gegen die Dummheit kämpfen selbst die Götter vergebens ("Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain") ~ Friedrich Schiller
334:Revenge is barren of itself: it is the dreadful food it feeds on; its delight is murder, and its end is despair. ~ Friedrich Schiller
335:There is no such thing as chance; and what seem to us merest accident springs from the deepest source of destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
336:Let no one despair,
even though in the darkest night
the last star of hope my disappear.

Friedrich Schiller ~ Rick Yancey
337:There is no such thing as chance; and what seems to us merest accident springs from the deepest source of destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
338:Whoever fails to turn aside the ills of life by prudent forethought, must submit to fulfill the course of destiny. ~ Friedrich Schiller
339:What reason, like the careful ant, draws laboriously together, the wind of accident sometimes collects in a moment. ~ Friedrich Schiller
340:Der Mensch spielt nur, wo er in voller Bedeutung des Wortes Mensch ist, und er ist nur da ganz Mensch, wo er spielt. ~ Friedrich Schiller
341:Only those who have the patience to do simple things perfectly will acquire the skill to do difficult things easily. ~ Friedrich Schiller
342:Individual character is in the right that is in strict consistence with itself. Self-contradiction is the only wrong. ~ Friedrich Schiller
343:Man, one may say, was never in such a completely animal condition; but he has, on the other hand, never escaped from it. ~ Friedrich Schiller
344:Of all the possessions of this life fame is the noblest; when the body has sunk into the dust the great name still lives. ~ Friedrich Schiller
345:Man only plays when he is in the fullest sense of the word a human being, and he is only fully a human being when he plays ~ Friedrich Schiller
346:Anyone taken as an individual is tolerably sensible and reasonable - as a member of a crowd, he at once becomes a blockhead. ~ Friedrich Schiller
347:Have Love. Not love alone for one, but man as man they brother call; and scatter like the circling sun thy charities on all. ~ Friedrich Schiller
348:It is well for a man when he has learned to endure what he cannot change, and to give up with dignity what he cannot retain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
349:Time flies on restless pinionsconstant never.
  Be constantand thou chainest time forever.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Immutable

350:Basely indeed they may behave to us,
But they cannot debase us."

Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller
Act 1, Scene 2 ~ Friedrich Schiller
351:The concrete life of the individual is destroyed in order that the abstract idea of the whole may drag out its sorry existence. ~ Friedrich Schiller
352:Ever honor the whole; individuals only I honor;
  In individuals I always discover the whole.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Honorable

353:If you want to study yourself, look into the hearts of other people. If you want to study other people, look into your own heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
354:Courage, ne'er by sorrow broken! Aid where tears of virtue flow; Faith to keep each promise spoken! Truth alike to friend and foe! ~ Friedrich Schiller
355:There are occasions when the general belief of the people, even though it be groundless, works its effect as sure as truth itself. ~ Friedrich Schiller
356:He, that noble prize possessing He that boasts a friend that's true, He whom woman's love is blessing, Let him join the chorus too! ~ Friedrich Schiller
357:Froh, wie seine Sonnen fliegen,
durch des Himmels prächtgen Plan,
Laufet Brüder eure Bahn,
freudig wie ein Held zum siegen. ~ Friedrich Schiller
358:I speak with the Eternal through the instrument of nature, through the world's history: I read the soul of the artist in his Apollo. ~ Friedrich Schiller
359:The child of nature, when he breaks loose, becomes a madman; but the art scholar, when he breaks loose, becomes a debased character. ~ Friedrich Schiller
360:Wenn es immer nach deinem Kopf ginge, du kröchest dein Leben lang im Staub." - "Immer noch besser, als ich kröch um den Thron herum. ~ Friedrich Schiller
361:Joy, in Nature's wide dominion, Mightiest cause of all is found; And 'tis joy that moves the pinion When the wheel of time goes round. ~ Friedrich Schiller
362:Das Weib ist nicht schwach. ich will in meinem Beisein nichts von der Schwäche des [weiblichen] Geschlechts hören.
Elisabeth, II, 3 ~ Friedrich Schiller
363:Woman, never judge man by his individual actions;
But upon man as a whole, pass thy decisive decree.
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Forum Of Woman

364:As freely as the firmament embraces the world, or the sun pours forth impartially his beams, so mercy must encircle both friend and foe. ~ Friedrich Schiller
365:The greater part of humanity is too much harassed and fatigued by the struggle with want to rally itself for a new and sterner struggle. ~ Friedrich Schiller
366:'Twas not my nectar made thy strength divine,
  But 'twas thy strength which made my nectar thine!
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Jove To Hercules

367:Most gladly would I give the blood-stained laurel for the first violet which March brings us, the fragrant pledge of the new-fledged year. ~ Friedrich Schiller
368:The great German philosopher Friedrich Schiller was right to claim—as Jane too liked to say—that people are only completely human when they play. ~ Gary Ferguson
369:Yet have I ever heard it said that spies and tale-bearers have done more mischief in this world than poisoned bowl or the assassin's dagger. ~ Friedrich Schiller
370:Have Hope. Though clouds environs now, And gladness hides her face in scorn, Put thou the shadow from thy brow, - No night but hath its morn. ~ Friedrich Schiller
371:Satisfied if they themselves can escape from the hard labour of thought, they willingly abandon to others the guardianship of their thoughts. ~ Friedrich Schiller
372:The painter is, as to the execution of his work, a mechanic; but as to his conception and spirit and design he is hardly below even the poet. ~ Friedrich Schiller
373:It is criminal to steal a purse, daring to steal a fortune, a mark of greatness to steal a crown. The blame diminishes as the guilt increases. ~ Friedrich Schiller
374:...our sex is called timid and weak; believe it no more! We tremble at a spider, but the black monster, corruption, we hug to our arms in sport! ~ Friedrich Schiller
375:Whatever lives, lives to die in sorrow. We engage our hearts, and grasp after the things of this world, only to undergo the pang of losing them. ~ Friedrich Schiller
376:Physical beauty is the sign of an interior beauty, a spiritual and moral beauty which is the basis, the principle, and the unity of the beautiful. ~ Friedrich Schiller
377:We can never replace a friend. When a man is fortunate enough to have several, he finds they are all different. No one has a double in friendship. ~ Friedrich Schiller
378:Sentimental poetry differs from naive poetry in that it relates the real state at which the latter stops to ideas and applies ideas to that reality. ~ Friedrich Schiller
379:The greater part of humanity is too much harassed and fatigued by the struggle with want, to rally itself for a new and sterner struggle with error. ~ Friedrich Schiller
380:The world's history is constant, like the laws of nature, and simple, like the souls of men. The same conditions continually produce the same results. ~ Friedrich Schiller
381:Truth suffers no loss if a vehement youth fails in finding it, in the same way that virtue and religion suffer no detriment if a criminal denies them. ~ Friedrich Schiller
382:Ever building, building to the clouds, still building higher, and never reflecting that the poor narrow basis cannot sustain the giddy tottering column. ~ Friedrich Schiller
383:Let none resemble another; let each resemble the highest!
   How can that happen? let each be all complete in itself.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, A Problem

384:Nicht an die Güter hänge dein Herz,
Die das Leben vergänglich zieren!
Wer besitzt, der lerne verlieren,
Wer im Glück ist, der lerne den Schmerz! ~ Friedrich Schiller
385:Why are taste and genius so seldom met with united?
   Taste of strength is afraid,genius despises the rein.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Difficult Union

386:Ever strive for the whole; and if no whole thou canst make thee,
Join, then, thyself to some whole, as a subservient limb!
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Duty Of All

387:What I had been without thee, I know notyet, to my sorrow
   See I what, without thee, hundreds and thousands now are.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, To The Muse

388:Which religion do I acknowledge? None that thou namest.
   "None that I name? And why so?"Why, for religion's own sake?
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, My Faith

389:Every great mind seeks to labor for eternity. All men are captivated by immediate advantages; great minds alone are excited by the prospect of distant good. ~ Friedrich Schiller
390:O the eye's light is a noble gift of Heaven! All beings live from light, each fair created thing; the very plants turn with a joyful transport to the light. ~ Friedrich Schiller
391:Wouldst thou know thyself, observe the actions of others.
   Wouldst thou other men know, look thou within thine own heart.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Key

392:Man frames his judgment on reason; but woman on love founds her verdict;
If her judgment loves not, woman already has judged.
~ Friedrich Schiller, Female Judgment

393:Tell me all that thou knowest, and I will thankfully hear it!
But wouldst thou give me thyself,let me, my friend, be excused!

~ Friedrich Schiller, Untitled 01

394:A noble soul spreads even over a face in which the architectonic beauty is wanting an irresistible grace, and a often even triumphs over the natural disfavor. ~ Friedrich Schiller
395:E'en by the hand of the wicked can truth be working with vigor;
   But the vessel is filled by what is beauteous alone.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Participation

396:I can recognize only as such, the one that enables
Each to think what is right,but that he thinks so, cares not.

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Best State Constitution

397:What else is chance but the rude stone which receives its life from the sculptor's hand? Providence gives us chance, and man must mould it to his own designs. ~ Friedrich Schiller
398:Deeper and bolder truths be careful, my friends, of avowing;
  For as soon as ye do all the world on ye will fall.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Dangerous Consequences

399:Nowhere in the organic or sensitive world ever kindles
   Novelty, save in the flower, noblest creation of life.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Animating Principle

400:Thee would I choose as my teacher and friend. Thy living example
   Teaches me,thy teaching word wakens my heart unto life.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Untitled 03

401:Was it always as now? This race I truly can't fathom.
   Nothing is young but old age; youth, alas! only is old.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Present Generation

402:Dearly I love a friend; yet a foe I may turn to my profit;
Friends show me that which I can; foes teach me that which I should.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Friend And Foe

403:If thou anything hast, let me have it,I'll pay what is proper;
   If thou anything art, let us our spirits exchange.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Worth And The Worthy

404:Even the moral world its nobility boastsvulgar natures
   Reckon by that which they do; noble, by that which they are.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Difference Of Station

405:Nothing, it is true, is more common than for both Science and Art to pay homage to the spirit of the age, and for creative taste to accept the law of critical taste. ~ Friedrich Schiller
406:Oh, how infinite, how unspeakably great, are the heavens!
   Yet by frivolity's hand downwards the heavens are pulled!
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Astronomical Writings

407:That is the only true secret, which in the presence of all men
   Lies, and surrounds thee for ay, but which is witnessed by none.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, To Mystics

408:All, thou gentle one, lies embraced in thy kingdom; the graybeard
Back to the days of his youth, childish and child-like, returns.
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Circle Of Nature

409:Rightly said, Schlosser! Man loves what he has; what he has not, desireth;
None but the wealthy minds love; poor minds desire alone.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Love And Desire

410:If thou feelest not the beautiful, still thou with reason canst will it;
And as a spirit canst do, that which as man thou canst not.

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Moral Force

411:Knowledge, the object of knowledge and the knower are the three factors which motivate action; the senses, the work and the doer comprise the threefold basis of action. ~ Friedrich Schiller
412:If you have never seen beauty in a moment of suffering, you have never seen beauty at all. If you have never seen joy in a beautiful face, you have never seen joy at all. ~ Friedrich Schiller
413:It is only through the morning gate of the beautiful that you can penetrate into the realm of knowledge. That which we feel here as beauty we shall one day know as truth. ~ Friedrich Schiller
414:God alone sees the heart and therefore, since he alone sees it,
   Be it our care that we, too, something that's worthy may see.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Inside And Outside

415:It may here be justly said, that genuine morality is preserved only in the school of adversity, and a state of continuous prosperity may easily prove a quicksand to virtue. ~ Friedrich Schiller
416:Wouldst thou teach me the truth? Don't take the trouble! I wish not,
Through thee, the thing to observe,but to see thee through the thing.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Untitled 02

417:Bei uns wird nur selten eine Mariage geschlossen, wo nicht wenigstens ein halb Dutzend der Gäste - oder der Aufwärter- das Paradies des Bräutigams geometrisch ermessen kann. ~ Friedrich Schiller
418:Stern as my conscience, thou seest the points wherein I'm deficient;
   Therefore I've always loved thee, as my own conscience I've loved.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Observer

419:Ne'er does he taste the fruit of the tree that he raised with such trouble;
Nothing but taste e'er enjoys that which by learning is reared.

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Learned Workman

420:What thou thinkest, belongs to all; what thou feelest, is thine only.
Wouldst thou make him thine own, feel thou the God whom thou thinkest!

~ Friedrich Schiller, A Peculiar Ideal

421:Lovely he looks, 'tis true, with the light of his torch now extinguished;
But remember that death is not aesthetic, my friends!
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Genius With The Inverted Torch

422:Let not thy heart cling to the things which for so short a time deck out thy life. Let him who has, learn to lose, and him who is happy, familiarise himself with what may give pain. ~ Friedrich Schiller
423:Unsere Träume, Unsere Sehnsüchte, und bunten Hoffnungen wollen ernst und wichtig genommen werden.

Wer sie verdrängt, unterdrückt das Beste in sich und wird ein leerer Mensch. ~ Friedrich Schiller
424:Even now, nature is the only flame, on which the poetic spirit feeds; from it alone it draws all its power, to it alone it speaks even in the artificial, in the man engaged in culture. ~ Friedrich Schiller
425:Do what is good, and humanity's godlike plant thou wilt nourish;
   Plan what is fair, and thou'lt strew seeds of the godlike around.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Two Descriptions Of Action

426:That which I learned from the Deity,
   that which through lifetime hath helped me,
  Meekly and gratefully now, here I suspend in his shrine.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Votive Tablets

427:Let him that sows the serpent's teeth not hope to reap a joyous harvest. Every crime has, in the moment of its perpetration, its own avenging angel,--dark misgivings at the inmost heart. ~ Friedrich Schiller
428:"How can I know the best state?"
    In the way that thou know'st the best woman;
   Namely, my friend, that the world ever is silent of both.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Best State

429:No, no! I do nature injustice. She gave us inventive faculty, and set us naked, and helpless on the shore of this great ocean,--the world; swim those who can, the heavy may go to the bottom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
430:Death is a mighty mediator. There all the flames of rage are extinguished, hatred is appeased, and angelic pity, like a weeping sister, bends with gentle and close embrace over the funeral urn. ~ Friedrich Schiller
431:In the case of a creative mind, it seems to me, the intellect has withdrawn its watchers from the gates, and the ideas rush in pell-mell and only then does it review and inspect the multitudes. ~ Friedrich Schiller
432:Hard is this art, its praise is transitory;
For mimes, posterity entwines no garlands.
Therefore they must be greedy of the present
And fill the moment which is theirs, completely . . . ~ Friedrich Schiller
433:Genuine art . . . does not have as its object a mere transitory game. Its serious purpose is not merely to translate the human being into a momentary dream of freedom, but actually to MAKE him free. ~ Friedrich Schiller
434:While the womanly god demands our veneration, the godlike woman kindles our love; but while we allow ourselves to melt in the celestial loveliness, the celestial self-sufficiency holds us back in awe. ~ Friedrich Schiller
435:Mazarin shed tears over this great loss, which Conde, who had no feeling for anything but glory, disregarded. "A single night in Paris," said he, "gives birth to more men than this action has destroyed. ~ Friedrich Schiller
436:in order to detain the fleeting apparition, he must enchain it in the fetters of rule, dissect its fair proportions into abstract notions, and preserve its living spirit in a fleshless skeleton of words. ~ Friedrich Schiller
437:Around, around, Companions all, take your ground, And name the bell with joy profound! CONCORDIA is the word we've found Most meet to express the harmonious sound, That calls to those in friendship bound. ~ Friedrich Schiller
438:Die rohen Kraftbrühen der Natur sind Ihro Gnaden zartem Makronenmagen noch zu hart. - Er muss sie erst in der höllischen Pestilenzküche der Bellatristen künstlich aufkochen lassen. Ins Feuer mit dem Quark. ~ Friedrich Schiller
439:Rarely do we arrive at the summit of truth without running into extremes; we have frequently to exhaust the part of error, and even of folly, before we work our way up to the noble goal of tranquil wisdom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
440:Без отдих бродя час след час
по тесен кръг чертан
и пътя, в който бързам аз,
ти би измерил с длан.
Но пак най-дълъг на света
е пътят в тоя кръг,
а като вятъра летя,
като стрела от лък. ~ Friedrich Schiller
441:When the mechanic has to mend a watch he lets the wheels run out; but the living watchworks of the state have to be repaired while they act, and a wheel has to be exchanged for another during its revolutions. ~ Friedrich Schiller
442:Die Menschheit hat ihre Würde verloren, aber die Kunst hat sie gerettet und aufbewahrt in bedeutenden Steinen; die Wahrheit lebt in der Täuschung fort, und aus dem Nachbilde wird das Urbild wieder hergestellt werden. ~ Friedrich Schiller
443:Sure of the spring that warms them into birth,
The golden seeds thou trustest to the earth;
And dost thou doubt the eternal spring sublime,
For deedsthe seeds which wisdom sows in time.
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Sower

444:There are evil spirits who suddenly fix their abode in man's unguarded breast, causing us to commit devilish deeds, and then, hurrying back to their native hell, leave behind the stings of remorse in the poisoned bosom. ~ Friedrich Schiller
445:It is at the approach of extreme danger when a hollow puppet can accomplish nothing, that power falls into the mighty hands of nature, of the spirit giant-born, who listens only to himself, and knows nothing of compacts. ~ Friedrich Schiller
446:Let them storm on. In fury let them rage!
Firm is this castle, and beneath its ruins
I will be buried ere I yield to them.
—Johanna, answer me! only be mine,
And I will shield thee 'gainst a world in arms. ~ Friedrich Schiller
447:A sublime soul can rise to all kinds of greatness, but by an effort; it can tear itself from all bondage, to all that limits and constrains it, but only by strength of will. Consequently the sublime soul is only free by broken efforts. ~ Friedrich Schiller
448:Man is made of the wholly common, and custom is his nurse; woe then to them who lay irreverent hands on his old house-furniture, the dear inheritance from his forefathers: For time consecrates, and what is gray with age becomes religion. ~ Friedrich Schiller
449:If yon wish to be like the gods on earth, to be free in the realms of the dead, pluck not the fruit from the garden! In appearance it may glisten to the eye; but the perishable pleasure of possession quickly avenges the curse of curiosity. ~ Friedrich Schiller
450:Futurity is impregnable to mortal ken: no prayer pierces through heaven's adamantine walls. Whether the birds fly right or left, whatever be the aspect of the stars, the book of nature is a maze, dreams are a lie, and every sign a falsehood. ~ Friedrich Schiller
451:هل أقوم بحشر جسدى داخل حشد محكم وأضغط على إرادتى فى جوهر القانون؟ إن ما كان مقدراً أن يحّلق عالياً كطيران النسر قد انتهى به الأمر إلى الزحف كالقوقع بفعل القانون. إن القانون لم تنشئ إنساناً عظيماً أبداً، بل إن الحرية هى التى تُنشئ العمالقة والأبطال. ~ Friedrich Schiller
452:When the measured dance of the hours brings back the happy smile of spring, the buried dead is born again in the life-glance of the sun. The germs which perished to the eye within the cold breast of the earth spring up with joy in the bright realm of day. ~ Friedrich Schiller
453:Tear forever the garland of Homer, and number the fathers
Of the immortal work, that through all time will survive!
Yet it has but one mother, and bears that mother's own feature,
'Tis thy features it bears,Nature,thy features eterne!

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Iliad

454:On August 26 the Assembly responded by conferring French citizenship upon Joseph Priestley, Jeremy Bentham, William Wilberforce, Anacharsis Cloots, Johann Pestalozzi, Thaddeus Kosciusko, Friedrich Schiller, George Washington, Thomas Paine, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton. ~ Will Durant
455:Man of virtue has need;-into life with boldness he plunges,
Entering with fortune more sure into the hazardous strife;
But to woman one virtue suffices; it is ever shining
Lovingly forth to the heart; so let it shine to the eye!

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Virtue Of Woman

456:Utility is the great idol of the age, to which all powers must do service and all talents swear allegiance. In this great balance of utility, the spiritual service of art has no weight, and, deprived of all encouragement, it vanishes from the noisy Vanity Fair of our time. ~ Friedrich Schiller
457:Todos hemos proyectado alguna vez nuestros problemas hacia el exterior, echando la culpa a otros en vez de aceptar nuestros errores. Pero, como dijo Friedrich Schiller, «Si quieres conocerte, observa la conducta de los demás; si quieres conocer a los demás, mira en tu propio corazón». ~ Anonymous
458:How does the genius make itself known? In the way that in nature
Shows the Creator himself,e'en in the infinite whole.
Clear is the ether, and yet of depth that ne'er can be fathomed;
Seen by the eye, it remains evermore closed to the sense.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Geniality

459:All that thou doest is right; but, friend, don't carry this precept
On too far,be content, all that is right to effect.
It is enough to true zeal, if what is existing be perfect;
False zeal always would find finished perfection at once.
~ Friedrich Schiller, Political Precept

460:"Give me only a fragment of earth beyond the earth's limits,"
   So the godlike man said,"and I will move it with ease."
Only give me permission to leave myself for one moment,
   And without any delay I will engage to be yours.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, To Proselytizers

461:Good from the good,to the reason this is not hard of conception;
But the genius has power good from the bad to evoke.
'Tis the conceived alone, that thou, imitator, canst practise;
Food the conceived never is, save to the mind that conceives.

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Imitator

462:I have a heartfelt aversion for crime,a twofold aversion,
Since 'tis the reason why man prates about virtue so much.
"What! thou hatest, then, virtue?"I would that by all it were practised,
So that, God willing, no man ever need speak of it more.

~ Friedrich Schiller, My Antipathy

463:Majesty of the nature of man! In crowds shall I seek thee?
   'Tis with only a few that thou hast made thine abode.
Only a few ever count; the rest are but blanks of no value,
   And the prizes are hid 'neath the vain stir that they make.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Majestas Populi

464:Both of us seek for truthin the world without thou dost seek it,
   I in the bosom within; both of us therefore succeed.
If the eye be healthy, it sees from without the Creator;
   And if the heart, then within doubtless it mirrors the world.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Agreement

465:Regarded in isolation, an idea may be quite insignificant, and venturesome in the extreme, but it may acquire importance from an idea which follows it; perhaps, in a certain collocation with other ideas, which may seem equally absurd, it may be capable of furnishing a very serviceable link. ~ Friedrich Schiller
466:Prate not to me so much of suns and of nebulous bodies;
Think ye Nature but great, in that she gives thee to count?
Though your object may be the sublimest that space holds within it,
Yet, my good friends, the sublime dwells not in the regions of space.

~ Friedrich Schiller, To Astronomers

467:Thou hast produced mighty monarchs, of whom thou art not unworthy,
   For the obedient alone make him who governs them great.
But, O Germany, try if thou for thy rulers canst make it
   Harder as kings to be great,easier, though, to be men!
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Germany And Her Princes

468:Culture, far from giving us freedom, only develops, as it advances, new necessities; the fetters of the physical close more tightly around us, so that the fear of loss quenches even the ardent impulse toward improvement, and the maxims of passive obedience are held to be the highest wisdom of life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
469:If thou never hast gazed upon beauty in moments of sorrow,
Thou canst with truth never boast that thou true beauty hast seen.
If thou never hast gazed upon gladness in beauteous features,
Thou canst with truth never boast that thou true gladness hast seen.
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Fairest Apparition

470:Two are the pathways by which mankind can to virtue mount upward;
If thou should find the one barred, open the other will lie.
'Tis by exertion the happy obtain her, the suffering by patience.
Blest is the man whose kind fate guides him along upon both!

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Two Paths Of Virtue

471:As noble Art has survived noble nature, so too she marches ahead of it, fashioning and awakening by her inspiration. Before Truth sends her triumphant light into the depths of the heart, imagination catches its rays, and the peaks of humanity will be glowing when humid night still lingers in the valleys. ~ Friedrich Schiller
472:Wouldst thou, my friend, mount up to the highest summit of wisdom,
   Be not deterred by the fear, prudence thy course may deride
That shortsighted one sees but the bank that from thee is flying,
   Not the one which ere long thou wilt attain with bold flight.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Wisdom And Prudence

473:The present age has witnessed an extraordinary increase of a thinking public, by the facilities afforded to the diffusion of reading; the former happy resignation to ignorance begins to make way for a state of half-enlightenment, and few persons are willing to remain in the condition in which their birth has placed then. ~ Friedrich Schiller
474:Thou in truth shouldst be one, yet not with the whole shouldst thou be so.
'Tis through the reason thou'rt one,art so with it through the heart.
Voice of the whole is thy reason, but thou thine own heart must be ever;
If in thy heart reason dwells evermore, happy art thou.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Beauteous Individuality

475:¡Quita! Abajo con este débil siglo de castrati que no sirve más que para rumiar las hazañas del pasado y para desollar a los héroes de la Antigüedad con ediciones comentadas y echarlos a perder con tragedias. La fuerza de su simiente se ha secado y ahora hay que ayudar a los hombres a multiplicarse con levadura de cerveza. ~ Friedrich Schiller
476:We are citizens of an age, as well as of a State; and if it is held to be unseemly, or even inadmissible, for a man to cut himself off from the customs and manners of the circle in which he lives, why should it be less of a duty, in the choice of his activity, to submit his decision to the needs and the taste of his century? ~ Friedrich Schiller
477:When the column of light on the waters is glassed,
As blent in one glow seem the shine and the stream;
But wave after wave through the glory has passed,
Just catches, and flies as it catches, the beam
So honors but mirror on mortals their light;
Not the man but the place that he passes is bright.
~ Friedrich Schiller, Honors

478:As freely as the firmament embraces the world, so mercy must encircle friend and foe. The sun poursforth impartially his beams through all the regions of infinity; heaven bestows the dew equally on every thirsty plant. Whatever is good and comes from on high is universal and without reserve: but in the heart's recesses darkness dwells. ~ Friedrich Schiller
479:Su interés en la obra es simplemente moral o simplemente físico, y no es precisamente lo que debe ser: estético. Lectores tales gozan de una poesía sería y patética como de un sermón, y de una poesía humorística e ingenua, como de una bebida embriagadora, y carecen lo bastante de gusto para exigir edificación en una tragedia o epopeya. ~ Friedrich Schiller
480:The greater part of humanity is too much harassed and fatigued by the struggle with want, to rally itself for a new and sterner struggle with error. Satisfied if they themselves can escape from the hard labour of thought, they willingly abandon to others the guardianship of their thoughts. ~ Friedrich Schiller, The Aesthetic Education of Man, Eighth Letter
481:You worthy critics, or whatever you may call yourselves, are ashamed or afraid of the momentary and passing madness which is found in all real creators, the longer or shorter duration of which distinguishes the thinking artist from the dreamer. Hence your complaints of unfruitfulness, for you reject too soon and discriminate too severely. ~ Friedrich Schiller
482:The reason for you complaint lies, it seems to me, in the constraint which your intellect imposes upon your imagination. Here I will make an observation, and illustrate it by an allegory. Apparently, it is not good-and indeed it hinders the creative work of the mind-if the if the intellect examines too closely the ideas pouring in, as it were, at the gates. ~ Friedrich Schiller
483:And from there, he wandered off into an argument with Friedrich Schiller's grandiose statement that human stupidity was what the gods fought in vain. Not so, in Toby's opinion, and no excuse for anybody, whether god or man. What the gods and all reasonable humans fought in vain wasn't stupidity at all. It was sheer, wanton, bloody indifference to anybody's interests but their own. ~ John le Carr
484:God helps those who help themselves. ~ Algernon Sidney, Discourse Concerning Government, Chapter II. Ovid—Metamorphoses. X. 586. Pliny the Elder, viewing the Eruption of Vesuvius, Aug., 79. Friedrich Schiller, William Tell, I. 2. Simonides is quoted as author by Claudian. Sophocles, Fragments. Terence, Phormio. I. 4. Vergil, Æneid (29-19 BC), X, 284. Quoted as a proverb by old and modern writers
485:Everlastingly chained to a single little fragment of the Whole, man himself develops into nothing but a fragment; everlastingly in his ear the monotonous sound of the wheel that he turns, he never develops the harmony of his being, and instead of putting the stamp of humanity upon his own nature, he becomes nothing more than the imprint of his occupation or of his specialized knowledge. ~ Friedrich Schiller
486:Scarce has the fever so chilly of Gallomania departed,
When a more burning attack in Grecomania breaks out.
Greekism,what did it mean?'Twas harmony, reason, and clearness!
Patience,good gentlemen, pray, ere ye of Greekism speak!
'Tis for an excellent cause ye are fighting, and all that I ask for
Is that with reason it ne'er may be a laughing-stock made.
~ Friedrich Schiller, Greekism

487:Millions busily toil, that the human race may continue;
But by only a few is propagated our kind.
Thousands of seeds by the autumn are scattered, yet fruit is engendered
Only by few, for the most back to the element go.
But if one only can blossom, that one is able to scatter
Even a bright living world, filled with creations eterne.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Different Destinies

488:History, insofar as it accustoms human beings to comprehend the whole of the past and to hasten forward with its conclusions into the far future, conceals the boundaries of birth and death, which enclose the life of the human being so narrowly and oppressively, and with a kind of optical illusion, expands his short existence into endless space, leading the individual imperceptibly over into humanity. ~ Friedrich Schiller
489:If the art of gardening is at last to turn back from her extravagances and rest with her other sisters, it is, above everything, necessary to have clearly before you what you require . . . It is certainly tasteless and inconsistent to desire to encompass the world with a garden-wall, but very practicable and reasonable to make a garden . . . into a characteristic whole to the eye, heart, and nderstanding alike. ~ Friedrich Schiller
490:Many are good and wise; yet all for one only reckon,
   For 'tis conception, alas, rules them, and not a fond heart.
Sad is the sway of conception,from thousandfold varying figures,
   Needy and empty but one it is e'er able to bring.
But where creative beauty is ruling, there life and enjoyment
   Dwell; to the ne'er-changing One, thousands of new forms she gives.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Variety

491:Where sails the ship?It leads the Tyrian forth
For the rich amber of the liberal north.
Be kind, ye seaswinds, lend your gentlest wing,
May in each creek sweet wells restoring spring!
To you, ye gods, belong the merchant!o'er
The waves his sails the wide world's goods explore;
And, all the while, wherever waft the gales
The wide world's good sails with him as he sails!
~ Friedrich Schiller, The Merchant

492:Oh thou degenerate child of the great and glorious mother,
Who with the Romans' strong might couplest the Tyrians' deceit!
But those ever governed with vigor the earth they had conquered,
These instructed the world that they with cunning had won.
Say! what renown does history grant thee? Thou, Roman-like, gained'st
That with the steel, which with gold, Tyrian-like, then thou didst rule!

~ Friedrich Schiller, Carthage

493:Seeking to find his home, Odysseus crosses each water;
   Through Charybdis so dread; ay, and through Scylla's wild yells,
Through the alarms of the raging sea, the alarms of the land too,
   E'en to the kingdom of hell leads him his wandering course.
And at length, as he sleeps, to Ithaca's coast fate conducts him;
   There he awakes, and, with grief, knows not his fatherland now.
  
~ Friedrich Schiller, Odysseus

494:There are three lessons I would write-
Three words, as with a burning pen,
In tracings of eternal light,
Upon the heart of men.

Have hope! though clouds environ round,
And gladness hides her face in scorn,
Put thou the shadow from thy brow,
No night but hath its morn.

Have love! not love alone for one,
But man as man thy brother call,
And scatter like the circling sun,
Thy charities on all. ~ Friedrich Schiller
495:Thou hast crossed over torrents, and swung through wide-spreading ocean,
Over the chain of the Alps dizzily bore thee the bridge,
That thou might'st see me from near, and learn to value my beauty,
Which the voice of renown spreads through the wandering world.
And now before me thou standest,canst touch my altar so holy,
But art thou nearer to me, or am I nearer to thee?

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Antique To The Northern Wanderer

496:En vandaar dwaalde hij af naar een meningsverschil met Friedrich Schillers hoogdravende theorie dat wat de goden tevergeefs bestreden menselijke domheid was. Daar was Toby het niet mee eens. Dat was voor niemand een excuus, of hij nu een god of een mens was. Waar de goden en alle redelijke mensen zich tevergeefs tegen verzetten was helemaal geen domheid. Dat was pure, moedwillige, kloterige onverschilligheid voor ieders belangen behalve die van henzelf. ~ John le Carr
497:That which Grecian art created,
Let the Frank, with joy elated,
Bear to Seine's triumphant strand,
And in his museums glorious
Show the trophies all-victorious
To his wondering fatherland.

They to him are silent ever,
Into life's fresh circle never
From their pedestals come down.
He alone e'er holds the Muses
Through whose breast their power diffuses,
To the Vandal they're but stone!

~ Friedrich Schiller, The Antiques At Paris

498:We speak with the lip, and we dream in the soul,
Of some better and fairer day;
And our days, the meanwhile, to that golden goal
Are gliding and sliding away.
Now the world becomes old, now again it is young,
But "The better" 's forever the word on the tongue.

At the threshold of life hope leads us in
Hope plays round the mirthful boy;
Though the best of its charms may with youth begin,
Yet for age it reserves its toy.

~ Friedrich Schiller, Hope

499:Man ever talks, and Man ever dreams Of better days that are yet to be, After glittering goal, that distant gleams, Running and racing untiringly. The worldly may grow old and young as it will, But the Hope of man is Improvement still. Hope bears him into life in her arms, She flutters around the boy's young bloom, The soul of youth with her magic warms, Nor rests with age in the silent tomb; For ends man his weary course at the grave, There plants he Hope o'er his ashes to wave. ~ Friedrich Schiller
500:The adoption of the required attitude of mind towards ideas that seem to emerge "of their own free will" and the abandonment of the critical function that is normally in operation against them seem to be hard of achievement for some people. The "involuntary thoughts" are liable to release a most violent resistance, which seeks to prevent their emergence. If we may trust that great poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller, however, poetic creation must demand an exactly similar attitude. ~ Sigmund Freud

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Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen -- -- ufotable -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Demons Historical Shounen Supernatural -- Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen -- After a string of mysterious disappearances begin to plague a train, the Demon Slayer Corps' multiple attempts to remedy the problem prove fruitless. To prevent further casualties, the flame pillar, Kyoujurou Rengoku, takes it upon himself to eliminate the threat. Accompanying him are some of the Corps' most promising new blood: Tanjirou Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, and Inosuke Hashibira, who all hope to witness the fiery feats of this model demon slayer firsthand. -- -- Unbeknownst to them, the demonic forces responsible for the disappearances have already put their sinister plan in motion. Under this demonic presence, the group must muster every ounce of their willpower and draw their swords to save all two hundred passengers onboard. Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen delves into the deepest corners of Tanjirou's mind, putting his resolve and commitment to duty to the test. -- -- Movie - Oct 16, 2020 -- 400,828 8.72
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