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Dante Alighieri Quote: “That which had pleased me once, troubled by spirit.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “It is no learning to understand what you do not retain.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Love, that allows no loved one to be excused from loving, seized me so fiercely with desire for him, it still will not leave me, as you can see. Love led us to one death.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Love rules me. It determines what I ask.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Love hath so long possessed me for his own And made his lordship so familiar.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The mouse had fallen in with evil cats.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Because there is no man who can be true and just judge of himself, so much will self-love deceive him.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The poets leave hell and again behold the stars.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “All of nature is God’s art.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “I by not doing, not by doing, lost.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Go forth and preach impostures to the world, But give them truth to build on.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Here all suspicion must be abandoned, All cowardice must be extinct.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The glory of Him who moves everything penetrates through the universe, and is resplendent in one part more and in another less.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Our powers, whether of mind or tongue, cannot embrace that measure of understanding.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “As flowerlets drooped and puckered in the night turn up to the returning sun and spread their petals wide on his new warmth and light-just so my wilted spirits rose again and such a heat of zeal surged through my veins that I was born anew.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Reason flies When following the senses, on clipped wings.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “O conscience, upright and stainless, how bitter a sting to thee is a little fault!”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Like the lark that soars in the air, first singing, then silent, content with the last sweetness that satiates it, such seemed to me that image, the imprint of the Eternal Pleasure.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The more perfect a thing the more it feels good and evil.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Well, if the kid screws up, then I’ll just have to kick his ass.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Only as a man surrenders himself to Devine Love may he hope for salvation, and salvation is open to all who surrender themselves.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “One ought to be afraid of nothing other then things possessed of power to do us harm, but things innoucuous need not be feared.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “And just as he who unwills what he wills and shifts what he intends to seek new ends so that he’s drawn from what he had begun, so was I in the midst of that dark land, because, with all my thinking, I annulled the task I had so quickly undertaken.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Oh foolish desires of mortals! How weak are the reasons that lead us to not take off our flight from the ground.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “In judgement be ye not too confident, Even as a man who will appraise his corn When standing in a field, ere it is ripe.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Give unto us this day the daily manna Without which, in this desert where we dwell, He must go backward who would most advance.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “I hope for your sake you’ve got something inside that big body of yours!”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “I have set foot in that region of life where it is not possible to go with any more intention of returning.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “As, pricked out with less and greater lights, between the poles of the universe, the Milky Way so gleameth white as to set very sages questioning.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Open your mind to what I shall explain, then close around it, for it is no learning to understand what one does not retain.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “That your art, as best it can, also follows Divine Intellect, as the disciple follows the master; So in reality, your art is, as it were, God’s grandchild.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Noble demands, by right, deserve the consequence of silent deeds.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “There is in hell a place stone-built throughout, Called Malebolge, of an iron hue, Like to the wall that circles it about.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “I come from a place, I long to return to:.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The ghost of the generous poet replied: ‘If I have understood your words correctly, your spirit is attacked by cowardly fear, that often weighs men down, so that it deflects them from honourable action, like a creature seeing phantoms in the dusk.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Mankind is at its best when it is most free.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Could I have everything for which I long, You would not still endure this banishment way from human nature,” I replied. “Your image – dear, fatherly, benevolent – Being fixed inside my memory, has imbued My heart: when in the fair world, hour by hour You taught me, patiently, it was you who showed The way man makes himself eternal; therefore, The gratitude I feel toward you makes fit That while I live, I should declare it here. And what you tell me of my future, I write.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “O mortal men, be wary of how ye judge.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “What is a smile but the coruscation of the joy of the soul, like the outward shining of an inward light.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “There’s not the least thing can be said or done, but people will talk and find fault.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Await no further word or sign from me: your will is free, erect, and whole – to act against that will would be to err: therefore I crown and miter you over yourself.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Like the pages of a book soaked shut by time.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Pure essence, and pure matter, and the two joined into one were shot forth without flaw, like three bright arrows from a three-string bow.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Curb your talent lest it speed where virtue does not guide.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “The Commedia, it must be remembered, is a vision of the progress of man’s soul toward perfection.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “So may heaven’s grace clear away the foam from the conscience, that the river of thy thoughts may roll limpid thenceforth.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “I was so full of sleep at the time that I left the true way.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “So what brings you to this killing pickle?”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Of my sowing such straw I reap. O human folk, why set the heart there where exclusion of partnership is necessary.”
Dante Alighieri Quote: “Three dispositions adverse to Heaven’s still, – Incontinence, malice, and mad brutishness.”
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