Blaise Pascal Quotes
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Man is but a reed, the feeblest thing in nature; but he is a thinking reed.
(Man,) the glory and the scandal of the universe.
I should not be a Christian but for the miracles.
There are plenty of maxims in the world; all that remains is to apply them.
If you want people to think well of you, do not speak well of yourself.
What reason have atheists for saying that we cannot rise again? Which is the more difficult-to be born, or to rise again? That what has never been, should be, or that what has been should be again? Is it more difficult to come into being than to return to it?
By thought I embrace the universal.
We arrive at truth, not by reason only, but also by the heart.
The strength of a man's virtue should not be measured by his special exertions, but by his habitual acts.
Can anything be more ridiculous than that a man has a right to kill men because he dwells on the other side of the water, and because his prince has a quarrel with mine, although I have none with him?
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
If you start by promising what you don't even have yet, you'll lose your desire to work towards getting it.
Never have a companion who casts you in the shade.
Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources
The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.