Quotes on May

May the flop be with you. Doyle Brunson

Everything may be expressed with almost nothing at all Jean Fautrier

God may not explain Himself, but He will reveal Himself. Myles Munroe

We may not always finish what we start but God always finishes what He starts. Rick Warren

It may be necessary to stand on the outside of one is to see things clearly. Peter Hoeg

I may not have all the time I thought I had... Daniel Keyes

Whatever you may say something is, it is not! Alfred Korzybski

May all that is unlived in you blossom into a future graced with love. John O'Donohue

I may not be old but I'm too old to have this much nothing Jonathan Tropper

Everything may be labelled- but everybody is not. Edith Wharton

We must do the thing we must Before the thing we may; We are unfit for any trust Till we can and do obey. George Macdonald

That when we live no more, We may live ever Anne Bradstreet

Good for some may not be the same for others. Charles Manson

We are, all of us, molded and remolded by those who have loved us, and though that love may pass, we remain none the less their work-a work that very likely they do not recognize, and which is never exactly what they intended. Francois Mauriac

Women who love only women may have a good point. Edward Abbey

That we may consult concerning others, and not others concerning us. Plutarch

Since you may never discover the truth, invent it. Nicholas Lore

Things may never be the same again... Peter Paphides

The South may not always be right, but by God it's never wrong! Brother Dave Gardner

We frolic while 'tis May. Thomas Gray

Life may be treacherous, but you can always depend on death. Stevie Smith

Some may say that I couldn't sing, but no one can say that I didn't sing. Florence Foster Jenkins

He alone may chastise who loves. Rabindranath Tagore

What is right may properly be uttered even twice. Empedocles

I'll just let time happen. I don't have to articulate what may be or what may not be. I don't even do that to myself. Cathy Freeman

I may be bad, but I'm perfectly good at it. Rihanna

However much you may have expressed love through your life, you can always express love more. Arjuna Ardagh

Love so that you may actually be what you innately are. Eric Butterworth

Who stops learning may be old. Henry Ford

He who will not when he may, may not when he will. John of Salisbury

May the peace of God disturb you always. Anthony De Mello

I have decided that whatever time I may have left is left for Him. Ronald Reagan

One of the things I've suggested is that it may be that more 9/11s are necessary. Ward Churchill

You may never be less alone than when you are alone. Marcus Tullius Cicero

They may outsmart me, or be luckier, but they can't outwork me. Woody Hayes

He that will not whan he may,Whan he would, he shall haue nay. John Heywood

Words that make questions may not be questions at all. Neil Degrasse Tyson

All things seem possible in May. Edwin Way Teale

The May of life blooms once and never again. Friedrich Schiller

Love not what you are but only what you may become. Miguel De Cervantes

Nature is what you may do. There is much you may not do. Ralph Waldo Emerson

Though [the people] may acquiesce, they cannot approve what they do not understand. Thomas Jefferson

Men seldom act from a correct sense of what may be harmful or useful to them. Giacomo Leopardi

What we reach for may be different, but what makes us reach is the same. Mark Nepo

May you respond to the call of your gift, and find the courage to follow its path. John O'Donohue

There may be always a time of innocence. There is never a place. Wallace Stevens

Literature may be false, but it is not trivial. Mason Cooley

You may be desperate, but never let anyone see you as anything less than a cultivated woman. Lisa See

May the devil himself splatter you with dung. Jean Cocteau

We may idealize freedom, but when it comes to our habits, we are completely enslaved. Sogyal Rinpoche

The life you save may very well be your own. Flannery O'Connor

Opportunity may knock, but it seldom nags. David Mamet

You may have heard of me. Patrick Rothfuss

I may not have a degree, but I certainly got an education. Jodi Picoult

We may at times be unemployed, but no one ever becomes uncalled. Os Guinness

The plain truth, I may as well admit it, is that I've never been really right in the head. Louis-Ferdinand Celine

Hold back nothing of yourselves for yourselves so that He who gives Himself totally to you may receive you totally. Francis Of Assisi

You may be frustrated with religion, but don't take that out on God. Bruce Feiler

Fools may have the greatest repository of knowledge but will never attain Wisdom. Caleb

As we distribute ourselves, we may abandon ourselves. Sherry Turkle

Aphorisms may equivocate, but they must not wobble. Mason Cooley

Consider an enemy may become a friend. Seneca the Younger

No fortune is so good but that you may find something to grumble about. Publilius Syrus

We may be unlovely yet we are not unloved. John Ortberg

The commercialism may wash off sometime later. B.K.S. Iyengar

Now love's the only thing that's free /We must take it where it's found /Pretty soon it may be costly Tracy Chapman

I am confident that we will meet whatever challenges the future may bring. Ben Bernanke

You may say I may be unfit to be mayor. But you can never say I'm an unfit mayor, Rahm Emanuel

We may be through with the past, but the past is not through with us. Bergen Evans

That which is loved may pass, but love hath no end. Gilbert Parker

Ther nis no werkman, whatsoevere he be, That may bothe werke wel and hastily. Geoffrey Chaucer

Never become attached to anything that continues to hurt God. For you to be free of it, God must be allowed to hurt whatever it may be. Oswald Chambers

May your swords stay sharp -Brom Christopher Paolini

What is an aristocrat? A woman who is never sullied by vulgarity, although she may be surrounded by it. Muriel Barbery

The Force- always may it be with you. Tom Angleberger

Men say, kinde will creepe where it may not goe. John Heywood

May Your Swords Stay Sharp!" - Lan Pendragon Robert Jordan

How someone is responding to you may have nothing to do with you. Marshall Sylver

It's your road & yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you Rumi

Freedom unexercised may become freedom forfeited. Margaret Chase Smith



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