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Heinrich Heine Quote: “The fundamental evil of the world arose from the fact that the good Lord has not created money enough.”
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.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The eyes of spring, so azure, Are peeping from the ground; They are the darling violets, That I in nosegays bound.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I live, which is the main point.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “As the moon’s fair image quaketh In the raging waves of ocean, Whilst she, in the vault of heaven, Moves with silent peaceful motion.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Reason exercises merely the function of preserving order, is, so to say, the police in the region of art. In life it is mostly a cold arithmetician summing up our follies.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Graves they say are warm’d by glory; Foolish words and empty story.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “If the Romans had been obliged to learn Latin, they would never have found time to conquer the world.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “In these times we fight for ideas and newspapers are our fortress.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The beauteous eyes of the spring’s fair night With comfort are downward gazing.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The swan in the pool is singing, And up and down doth he steer, And, singing gently ever, Dips under the water clear.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Every period of time is a sphinx that throws itself into the abyss as soon as its riddle has been solved.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Music is a strange thing. I would almost say it is a miracle.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Matrimony; the high sea for which no compass has yet been invented.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Poverty sits by the cradle of all our great men and rocks all of them to manhood.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Thought is invisible nature.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Reform Judaism is like mock turtle soup-turtle soup without the turtle.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Oh what lies there are in kisses! And their guile so well prepared! Sweet the snaring is; but this is Sweeter still, to be ensnared.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “It is an ancient story Yet is it ever new.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The sun’s sweet ray is hovering discovered.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Silence can be defined as conversation with an Englishman.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “And the dancing has begun now, And the Dancings whirl round gaily In the waltz’s giddy mazes, And the ground beneath them trembles.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I will not say that women have no character; rather, they have a new one every day.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “There is no Sixth Commandment in art. The poet is entitled to lay his hands on whatever material he finds necessary for his work.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I take pride in never being rude to anyone on this earth, which contains a great number of unbearable villains who set upon you to recount their sufferings and even recite their poems.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “This was but a prelude; where books are burnt human-beings will be burnt in the end.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The Blossoms and leaves in plenty From the apple tree fall each day; The merry breezes approach them, And with them merrily play.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Don’t send a poet to London.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “From every Englishman emanates a kind of gas, the deadly choke-damp of boredom.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Man, – the aristocrat amongst the animals.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Sweet May lies fresh before us, To life the young flowers leap, And through the Heaven’s blue o’er us The rosy cloudlets sweep.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “If you wish to strive for peace of soul and pleasure, then believe.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “If thou lookest on the lime-leaf, Thou a heart’s form will discover; Therefore are the lindens ever Chosen seats of each fond lover.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Where books are burnt, men finish up being burnt too.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The night comes stealing o’er me, And clouds are on the sea; While the wavelets rustle before me With a mystical melody.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Great genius takes shape by contact with another great genius, but, less by assimilation than by fiction.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The gazelles so gentle and clever Skip lightly in frolicsome mood.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The foolish race of mankind are swarming below in the night; they shriek and rage and quarrel – and all of them are right.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “You should only attempt to borrow from those who have but few of this world’s goods, as their chests are not of iron, and they are, besides, anxious to appear wealthier than they really are.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “I consider it a degradation and a stain on my honor to submit to baptism in order to qualify myself for state employment in Prussia.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The violets prattle and titter, And gaze on the stars high above.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “God will forgive me the foolish remarks I have made about Him just as I will forgive my opponents the foolish things they have written about me, even though they are spiritually as inferior to me as I to thee, O God!”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “All our contemporary philosophers perhaps without knowing it are looking through eyeglasses that Baruch Spinoza polished. Spinoza was a philosopher who earned his livelihood by grinding lenses.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The men of the past had convictions, while we moderns have only opinions.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “The negro king desired to be portrayed as white. But do not laugh at the poor African; for every man is but another negro king, and would like to appear in a color different from that with which Fate has bedaubed him.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “All special charters of freedom must be abrogated where the universal law of freedom is to flourish.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “It must require an inordinate share of vanity and presumption, too, after enjoying so much that is good and beautiful on earth, to ask the Lord for immortality in addition to it all.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Photography is a witness against the mistaken opinion that art is an imitation of nature.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “There is only one writer in whom I find something that reminds me of the directness of style which is found in the Bible. It is Shakespeare.”
Heinrich Heine Quote: “Like a great poet, Nature knows how to produce the greatest effects with the most limited means.”
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