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Heinrich Heine Quote: “God will pardon: That’s His business.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “It is extremely difficult for a Jew to be converted, for how can he bring himself to believe in the divinity of – another Jew?”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “While we are indifferent to our good qualities, we keep on deceiving ourselves in regard to our faults, until we come to look on them as virtues.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “If one has no heart, one cannot write for the masses.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “No author is a man of genius to his publisher.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Each violet peeps from its dwelling to gaze at the bright stars above.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “A blaspheming Frenchman is a spectacle more pleasing to the Lord than a praying Englishman.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The spring’s already at the gate With looks my care beguiling; The country round appeareth straight A flower-garden smiling.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Good Luck is a giddy maid, Fickle and restless as a fawn; She smooths your hair; and then the jade Kisses you quickly, and is gone.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Sweet May hath come to love us, Flowers, trees, their blossoms don; And through the blue heavens above us The very clouds move on.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “With the rose the butterfly’s deep in love, A thousand times hovering round; But round himself, all tender like gold, The sun’s sweet ray is hovering found.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “In blissful dream, in silent night, There came to me, with magic might, With magic might, my own sweet love, Into my little room above.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I bequeath all my property to my wife on the condition that she remarry immediately. Then there will be at least one man to regret my death.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The fountain of love is the rose and the lily, the sun and the dove.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “She resembles the Venus de Milo: she is very old, has no teeth, and has white spots on her yellow skin.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Our sweetest hopes rise blooming. And then again are gone, They bloom and fade alternate, And so it goes rolling on. I know it, and it troubles My life, my love, my rest, My heart is wise and witty, And it bleeds within my breast.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I do not know the meaning of my sadness; there is an old fairy tale that I cannot get out of my mind.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Pretty women without religion are like flowers without perfume.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “In dark ages people are best guided by religion, as in a pitch-black night a blind man is the best guide; he knows the roads and paths better than a man who can see. When daylight comes, however, it is foolish to use blind, old men as guides.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The lotus flower is troubled At the sun’s resplendent light; With sunken head and sadly She dreamily waits for the night.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Thought precedes action as lighting does thunder.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I fell asleep reading a dull book and dreamed I kept on reading, so I awoke from sheer boredom.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Be entirely tolerant or not at all; follow the good path or the evil one. To stand at the crossroads requires more strength than you possess.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The real madness probably is not another thing that the wisdom itself that, tired of discovering the shames of the world, has taken the intelligent resolution to become mad.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “That was only the beginning – where one burns books, one will finally also burn people.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Woman is at once apple and serpent.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Experience is a good school. But the fees are high.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I have never seen an ass who talked like a human being, but I have met many human beings who talked like asses.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The arrow belongs not to the archer when it has once left the bow; the word no longer belongs to the speaker when it has once passed his lips, especially when it has been multiplied by the press.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Genius: 1. to believe your own thought. To believe that what is true for you is ultimately true. 2. a sledgehammer. 3. the fruit of labour and thought. 4. soul. 5. the ability to put into effect what is in your mind. 6. something one can become.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “A lonely fir-tree is standing On a northern barren height; It sleeps, and the ice and snow-drift Cast round it a garment of white.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “A pine tree standeth lonely In the North on an upland bare; It standeth whitely shrouded With snow, and sleepeth there. It dreameth of a Palm tree Which far in the East alone, In the mournful silence standeth On its ridge of burning stone.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Oh, they loved dearly: their souls kissed, they kissed with their eyes, they were both but one single kiss.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Das war ein vorspeil nur; That was only a prelude; dort wo man Buecher verbrennt, Where one burns books, vebrennt man auch am Ende One will also burn people Menchen. Eventually.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Glow-worms on the ground are moving, As if in the torch-dance circling.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “And once again we plighted our troth, And titter’d, caress’d, kiss’d so dearly.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Perfumes are the feelings of flowers.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The people have no ear, either for rhythm or music, and their unnatural passion for pianoforte playing and singing is thus all the more repulsive. There is nothing on earth more terrible than English music, except English painting.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “He only profits from praise who values criticism.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The cloudlets are lazily sailing O’er the blue Atlantic sea; And mid the twilight there hovers A shadowy figure o’er me...”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Oh fair, oh sweet and holy as dew at morning tide, I gaze on thee, and yearnings, sad in my bosom hide.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “And over the pond are sailing Two swans all white as snow; Sweet voices mysteriously wailing Pierce through me as onward they go. They sail along, and a ringing Sweet melody rises on high; And when the swans begin singing, They presently must die.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The artist is the child in the popular fable, every one of whose tears was a pearl.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The nightingale appear’d the first, And as her melody she sang, The apple into blossom burst, To life the grass and violets sprang.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Twelve Dancings are dancing, and taking no rest, And closely their hands together are press’d; And soon as a dance has come to a close, Another begins, and each merrily goes.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Oh, what lies there are in kisses.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “There is one thing on earth more terrible than English music, and that is English painting.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “In the image of the lion made He kittens small and curious.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Atheism is the last word of theism.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Nothing is more futile than theorizing about music. No doubt there are laws, mathematically strict laws, but these laws are not music; they are only its conditions? The essence of music is revelation.”
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