The sense of ultimate truth is the intellectual counterpart of the esthetic sense of perfect beauty, or the moral sense of perfect good.
George Savile Halifax (1633 - 1695)
Contributed by: Zaady
Men are not hanged for stealing horses, but that horses may not be stolen.
Source: Political Thoughts and Reflections: Of Punishment
Anger is seldom without an argument but seldom with a good one.
He that leaveth nothing to chance will do few things ill, but he will do very few things.
Source: Albert W. Daw Collection
To the question, What shall we do to be saved in this World? there is no other answer but this, Look to your Moat.
Source: A Rough Draft of a New Model at Sea
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