Titu Maiorescu, page 6

Romanian lawyer, literary critic, writer, estetician, philosopher, univeristary professor and politician, member of the Romanian Academy, first minister of Romania

To take people not as they should be but as they are – and at the same time to keep calm: this is the great moment, great in its whole significance for the soul.

To take people not as they should be but as they are – and at the same time to keep calm: this is the great moment, great in its whole significance for the soul.

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External circumstances can give you almost nothing: you are what you yourself are.

External circumstances can give you almost nothing: you are what you yourself are.

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The important events happen imperceptibly. The needle on the scales of fate is at its point of equilibrium; one grain more and the movement is decided.

The important events happen imperceptibly. The needle on the scales of fate is at its point of equilibrium; one grain more and the movement is decided.

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Understanding evil is part of putting it right.

Understanding evil is part of putting it right.

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The happy man has no calendar.

The happy man has no calendar.

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Experience teaches you to appreciate character more than intelligence.

Experience teaches you to appreciate character more than intelligence.

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We all seek to supplement our limited reasoning and experience with the reasoning and experience of others.

We all seek to supplement our limited reasoning and experience with the reasoning and experience of others.

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Save your emotions for the things that deserve them.

Save your emotions for the things that deserve them.

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To forgive the wickeness of others is a virtue; to forget it is stupidity.

To forgive the wickeness of others is a virtue; to forget it is stupidity.

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Governments fall by the same means by which they came to power.

Governments fall by the same means by which they came to power.

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  • Date of birth: 15 February 1840
  • Date of death: 18 June 1917

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