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«?We hardly ever realize that we can cut anything out of our lives, anytime, in the blink of an eye.?»
«It is no surprise to me that hardly anyone tells the truth about how they feel. The smart ones keep themselves to themselves for good reason. Why would you want to tell anyone anything that's dear to you? Even when you like them and want nothing more than to be closer than close to them? It's so painful to be next to someone you feel strongly about and know you can't say the things you want to.»
«It is hardly surprising that women concentrate on the way they look instead of what was in their minds since not much has been put in their minds to begin with»
«A friend is long sought, hardly found, and with difficulty kept.»
Author: St. Jerome | Keywords: difficulty, hardly, kept, sought
«If one sticks too rigidly to one's principles, one would hardly see anybody.»
«Honesty is such a lonely wordEveryone is so untrueHonest is hardly ever heardAnd mostly what I need from you.»
«Human beings hardly ever learn from the experience of others. They learn; when they do, which isn't often, on their own, the hard way.»
«Happiness serves hardly any other purpose than to make unhappiness possible.»
«And here comes in the question whether it is better to be loved rather than feared, or feared rather than loved. It might perhaps be answered that we should wish to be both; but since love and fear can hardly exist together, if we must choose between them, it is far safer to be feared than loved....I sum up by saying that since his being loved depends upon his subjects, while his being feared depends upon himself, [one] should build on what is his own, and not on what rests with others.»
«He who is of calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age, but to him who is of an opposite disposition youth and age are equally a burden.»