Facts about John Galsworthy

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John Galsworthy was a famous Author from England, who lived between August 14, 1867 and January 31, 1933. He/she became 65 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac leo, who is known for Ruling, Warmth, Generosity, Faithful, Initiative. Our collection contains 14 quotes who is written / told by John.

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Famous quotes by John Galsworthy (14)


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"When Man evolved Pity, he did a queer thing - deprived himself of the power of living life as it is without wishing it to become something different"
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"There is one rule for politicians all over the world: Don't say in Power what you say in opposition; if you do, you only have to carry out what the other fellows have found impossible"
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"The French cook; we open tins"
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"The beginnings and endings of all human undertakings are untidy"
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"Religion was nearly dead because there was no longer real belief in future life; but something was struggling to take its place - service - social service - the ants creed, the bees creed"
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"One's eyes are what one is, one's mouth is what one becomes"
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"Love has no age, no limit; and no death"
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"If you do not think about your future, you cannot have one"
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"Idealism increases in direct proportion to one's distance from the problem"
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"Headlines twice the size of the events"
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"He was afflicted by the thought that where Beauty was, nothing ever ran quite straight, which no doubt, was why so many people looked on it as immoral"
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"Beginnings are always messy"
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"A man of action forced into a state of thought is unhappy until he can get out of it"
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"A man is the sum of his actions, of what he has done, of what he can do, Nothing else"


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