Women are considered deep - why? Because one can never discover any bottom to them. Women are not even shallow.

By : Friedrich Nietzsche 0 Likes          


The deep joy we take in the company of people with whom we have just recently fallen in love is undisguisable.

By : John Cheever

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Search not to find things too deeply hid

By : John Denham

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The difference in the education of men and women must give the former great advantages over the latter, even where geniuses are equal.

By : Samuel Richardson

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For as long as I can remember I have suffered from a deep feeling of anxiety which I have tried to express in my art.

By : Edvard Munch

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I did not support any more New York. I lived 10 years there, and after September 11, I felt very European. I did not share the opinion of people in the street, who were deeply influenced by what they heard in the media.

By : Yannick Noah

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But while they prate of economic laws, men and women are starving. We must lay hold of the fact that economic laws are not made by nature. They are made by human beings.

By : Franklin D. Roosevelt

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I feel very deeply about the need to respect and tolerate people of different social - or sexual orientation. But at the same time, I believe marriage should be preserved as an institution for one man and one woman.

By : Mitt Romney

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Men know they are sexual exiles. They wander the earth seeking satisfaction, craving and despising, never content. There is nothing in that anguished motion for women to envy.

By : Camille Paglia

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If I became a philosopher, if I have so keenly sought this fame for which I'm still waiting, it's all been to seduce women basically.

By : Jean-Paul Sartre

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There are only two types of women - goddesses and doormats.

By : Pablo Picasso

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Courtesies of a small and trivial character are the ones which strike deepest in the grateful and appreciating heart.

By : Henry Clay

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Like their personal lives, women's history is fragmented, interrupted

By : Elizabeth Janeway

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