Henrik Ibsen

1828 - 1906

A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on words

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A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

Source: Civilization's Quotations: Life's Ideal

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen

an abyss has grown between us.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on life

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Home-life ceases to be free and beautiful as soon as it is founded on borrowing and debt.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

Source: A Doll's House

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on the strongest man, world, and alone

The strongest man in the world is he who stands alone. 

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

Source: www.quotegarden.com

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on freedom and truth

You should never put on your best trousers when you go out to fight for freedom and truth.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on war

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To live is to war with trolls.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on justice, liberty, losing, and struggle

One of the qualities of liberty is that, as long as it is being striven after, it goes on expanding. Therefore, the man who stands in the midst of the struggle and says, "I have it," merely shows by doing so that he has just lost it.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

Source: 1871

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on danger, force, freedom, majorities, and truth

The most dangerous force to truth and freedom in our midst is the compact majority.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on food, friendship, happiness, health, joy, medicine, money, and peace

Money may be the husk of many things, but not the kernel. It brings you food, but not appetite; medicine, but not health; acquaintances, but not friends; servants, but not faithfulness; days of joy, but not peace or happiness.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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A Quote by Henrik Ibsen on judgment, poetry, and soul

Poetry is to hold judgment on your soul.

Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906)

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