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Enemies
Now, now my good man, this is no time for making enemies.

- Voltaire
It is difficult to say who do you the most harm: enemies with the worst intentions or friends with the best.

- Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G.
Wise men learn many things from their enemies.

- Aristophanes
To abolish the superstition, the misrule, the vice, the misery of this world. That is what Christ will do in the day when He has put all enemies under His feet. That is what Christ has been doing, step by step, ever since that day when first He came to do His Father's will on earth in great humility. Therefore, that is what we must do, each in our place and station, if we be indeed His subjects, fellow-workers with Him in the improvement of the human race, fellow-soldiers with Him in the battle against evil.

- All Saints' Day Sermons. 1867.
It is always safe to learn, even from our enemies; seldom safe to venture to instruct, even our friends.

- Colton, Charles Caleb
If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we would find in each person's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.

- Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Always forgive your enemies - nothing annoys them so much.

- Oscar Wilde
Take no thought of who is right or wrong or who is better than. Be not for or against.

- Lee, Bruce
There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends.

- Homer
Grace means the free, unmerited, unexpected love of God, and all the benefits, delights, and comforts which flow from it. It means that while we were sinners and enemies we have been treated as sons and heirs.

- Hanson, R. P. C.
Here's to the confusion of our enemies!

- Frank Sinatra
Above all things, never be afraid. The enemy who forces you to retreat is himself afraid of you at that very moment.

- Andre Maurois
SATIRE, n. An obsolete kind of literary composition in which the vices and follies of the author's enemies were expounded with imperfect tenderness. In this country satire never had more than a sickly and uncertain existence, for the soul of it is wit, wherein we are dolefully deficient, the humor that we mistake for it, like all humor, being tolerant and sympathetic. Moreover, although Americans are "endowed by their Creator" with abundant vice and folly, it is not generally known that these are reprehensible qualities, wherefore the satirist is popularly regarded as a soul-spirited knave, and his ever victim's outcry for codefendants evokes a national assent. Hail Satire! be thy praises ever sung In the dead language of a mummy's tongue, For thou thyself art dead, and damned as well -- Thy spirit (usefully employed) in Hell. Had it been such as consecrates the Bible Thou hadst not perished by the law of libel. Barney Stims

- Ambrose Bierce
Old friends become bitter enemies on a sudden for toys and small offenses.

- Robert Burton
The two enemies of human happiness are pain and boredom.

- Schopenhauer, Arthur
Man has no greater enemy than himself.

- Petrarch, Francesco
A man can't be too careful in the choice of his enemies.

- Oscar Wilde
One enemy is too much.

- Herbert, George
Money can't buy friends, but it can get you a better class of enemy.

- Spike Milligan
He who lives by fighting with an enemy has an interest in the preservation of the enemy's life.

- Nietzsche, Friedrich



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