Censure Quotes

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Honore de Balzac

"The more one judges, the less one loves." Honore de Balzac
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George Washington

"Why should I expect to be exempt from censure; the unfailing lot of an elevated station? My Heart tells me it has been my unremitted aim to do the best circumstances would permit; yet, I may have been very often mistaken in my judgment of the means," George Washington
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William Penn

"They have a Right to censure, that have a Heart to help: The rest is Cruelty, not Justice" William Penn
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"Fool's praise is censure" Proverb
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"The readiest and surest way to get rid of censure, is to correct ourselves" Demosthenes
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"He who would acquire fame must not show himself afraid of censure. The dread of censure is the death of genius." William Simms
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Joseph Addison

"A man's first care should be to avoid the reproaches of his own heart, and his next to escape the censures of the world." Joseph Addison
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Thomas Jefferson

"I find the pain of a little censure, even when it is unfounded, is more acute than the pleasure of much praise." Thomas Jefferson
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Francois VI Duc de La Rochefoucauld

"Few persons have sufficient wisdom to prefer censure, which is useful, to praise which deceives them." Francois VI Duc de La Rochefoucauld
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"The censure of those who are opposed to us, is the highest commendation that can be given us." Charles Saint-Evremond
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Will Rogers
Birth: 1879-11-04 Death: 1935-08-15

"The 1928 Republican Convention opened with a prayer. If the Lord can see His way clear to bless the Republican Party the way it's been carrying on, then the rest of us ought to get it without even asking."

A man of many talents, Will Rogers was born in 1859 in Oklahoma. On a ranch growing up, a freed slave taught Rogers how to use a lasso. He turned his roping skills into a job as a trick roper at Wild West shows and on Vaudeville stages. As he did his rope tricks, he'd tell jokes and offer commentary on the world. He was a smart man and his ability to tell the truth while making people laugh quickly caught on with American audiences. During his lifetime, he starred on Broadway, appeared in 71 movies, was a popular broadcaster and wrote 4,000 syndicated newspaper columns. He died in a pl…



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