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Michel de Montaigne Quotes
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I speak truth, not so much as I would, but as much as I dare; and I dare a little the more, as I grow older.
Those things are dearest to us that have cost us most.
Virtue cannot be followed but for herself, and if one sometimes borrows her mask to some other purpose, she presently pulls it away again.
When I religiously confess myself to myself, I find that the best virtue I have has in it some tincture of vice.
Wisdom is a solid and entire building, of which every piece keeps it's place and bears it's mark.
It costs an unreasonable woman no more to pass over one reason than another; they cherish themselves most where they are most wrong.
All the world knows me in my book, and my book in me.
Take care that old age does not wrinkle your spirit even more than your face.
The laws of conscience, though we ascribe them to nature, actually come from custom.
One should always have one's boots on and be ready to leave.
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