George Bernard Shaw

1856 - 1950

A Quote by George Bernard Shaw on love, writing, and letters

The perfect love affair is one which is conducted entirely by post.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw on marriage

When two people are under the influence of the most violent, most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions, they are required to swear that they will remain in that excited, abnormal, and exhausting consition continuously until death do them part.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw on trial, true, and profession

It is in the hour of trial that a man finds his true profession.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

Source: The Devil's Disciple: A Melodrama‎ - Page 77 by Bernard Shaw

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

Animals are my friends... and I don't eat my friends.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

"No man ever believes that the Bible means what it says: He is always convinced that it says what he means"

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

Source: (Irish literary critic, playwright, and essayist. 1925 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1856-1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

Youth is wasted on the young.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw on integrity

Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world. 

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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A Quote by George Bernard Shaw

In the arts of life man invents nothing; but in the arts of death he out does nature herself, and produces by chemistry and machinery all the slaughter of plague, pestilence, and famine.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

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