Things are only worth what one makes them worth.
Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)
Source: Le Misanthrope
Contributed by: Zaady
Anyone may be an honorable man, and yet write verse badly.
Source: Le Misanthrope, 1666, act IV, sc. i
There is no rampart that will hold out against malice.
Source: Tartuffe, 11664, act I, sc. i
I prefer an accommodating vice to an obstinate virtue.
Source: Amphitryon 1666, act I, sc. iv
The greater the obstacle, the more the glory in overcoming it.
Although I am a pious man, I am not the less a man.
Source: Tartuffe, 11664, act III, sc. iii
All that is not prose is verse: and all that is not verse is prose.
Source: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, 1670, act II, sc. iv
Nearly all men die of their remedies, and not of their illnesses.
Source: Le Malade Imaginaire, 1673, act III, sc. iii
It is seasoned throughout with Attic salt.
Source: Les Femmes Savantes, 1672, act III, sc. ii
To create a public scandal is what's wicked; to sin in private is not a sin.
Source: Tartuffe, 11664, act IV, sc. v
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