Quotes on Men

When everyone is somebody then no one's anybody. W. S. Gilbert

Truth, for any man, is that which makes him a man. Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Leave off looking to men to find out what you are not - seek within yourselves to find out what you are. Mina Loy

All things that a man owns hold him far more than he holds them. Sigrid Undset

All men are not rapists - but almost all rapists are men. Phyllis Chesler

A nation is a thing that lives and acts like a man and men are the particles of which it is composed. J. G. Holland

There is nothing more precious to a man than his will; there is nothing which he relinquishes with so much reluctance. J. G. Holland

Women are much more honourable than men. Martin Firrell

As man acts, God reacts. Baal Shem Tov

I've never known a man to be beaten fairly, nor one to be elected, unfairly. Anne Ellis

Whoever invented men had definitely not ironed out all the kinks. Judith Kelman

It is sometimes better to be a dead man than a live woman. Matilda Joslyn Gage

What good in a man's life if it's not lived free eh? Bartolomeo d'Alviano

Man Proposeth, God disposeth. George Herbert

Men speake of the faire, as things went with them there. George Herbert

I know my boyfriend loves to have something to hold onto. Theres a lot of men out there who do. Sara Ramirez

Men tell us we are womanly when we love but once. Men! They have told us a lot of things to make life comfortable for themselves. Blanche Willis Howard

if you men only knew how we love a man who can be just a woman to us sometimes! Ellen Buckingham Mathews

No man who ever lived knows any more about the hereafter than you and I. Edgar Allan Poe

I understand that a man can have everything having nothing and nothing having everything. Mihai Eminescu

The fatt man knoweth not, what the leane thinketh. George Herbert

All men are potential rapists. Nandita Das

Religion is for man and not man for religion B R Ambedkar

A man in music, as one in love, either lives it or talks about it; seldom both. Ernst Bacon

Only a man who lives not in time but in the present is happy. Ludwig Wittgenstein

When men change, maybe Bond will change. Barbara Broccoli

A man is worked on by what he works on. Frederick Douglass

The success of any man with any woman is apt to displease even his best friends. Madame De Stael

I am not for women but against men. Karl Kraus

I am a man of my word. Augustus

Man's word is God in man. Alfred Lord Tennyson

Men build society and society builds men. B F Skinner

God dwells wherever man lets Him in. Martin Buber

Is it man that possesses love, or is it not much rather love that possesses man? Ludwig Feuerbach

All men love to talk about themselves, even the ones who are completely buggers. Laurell K Hamilton

No man easily admits that he is afraid. Tess Gerritsen

Where God works, He works with men that work. Charles Spurgeon

There's nothing sexier in a man than intelligence. Susan Elizabeth Phillips

What worth was a man who could not be haunted? Clive Barker

A man could not always be where he belonged, though. George R R Martin

A man must be himself or nothing! Henry Parkes

A man can't be always defending the truth; there must be a time to feed on it. C S Lewis

Men's lives have meaning, not their deaths. George R R Martin

A man is great not because he hasn't failed; a man is great because failure hasn't stopped him. Confucius

There is nothing worse than a man in the throws of an ether bender. Hunter S Thompson

What men yearn for they often destroy. Alice Hoffman

Money is what makes a man act funny. Eminem

Each man enters into God so much as God enters into him. Henri Frederic Amiel

Man makes god in his own image. Friedrich Nietzsche

Man can be scientifically manipulated. Bertrand Russell

Whatever God has done for other men, He can do for me. Smith Wigglesworth

It is one of the vexatious mortifications of a studious man to have his thoughts disordered by a tedious visit. Roger L'Estrange

No man can become a permanent success without taking others along with him. Napoleon Hill

I insist that the object of all true education is not to make men carpenters, it is to make carpenters men. W E B Du Bois

Every man is his own greatest dupe. William Rounseville Alger

Not indolence but congenial work is man's Divinely allotted portion. Joseph Hertz

The corrupt man is nearly always rootless, deeply aware of his rootlessness. Robert Payne

The man who can be compelled knows not how to die. Seneca the Younger

Nothing deters a good man from doing what is honourable. Seneca the Younger

If all history is only an amplification of biography, the history of science may be most instructively read in the life and work of the men by whom the realms of Nature have been successively won. Archibald Geikie

No man is an island unto himself. John Donne

I am not a businessman. I am a business, man. Jay-Z

How convinced are you that man was created in the image of God when you can't see the image of God? Michael Bassey

Every man has some reminiscences which he would not tell to everyone, but only to his friends. Fyodor Dostoevsky

If men menstruated, they would brag about how much and for how long. Gloria Steinem

I cannot say and no man could say that no more will be asked of us. Lyndon B Johnson

I am in love and, my God, it is the greatest thing that can happen to a man. D H Lawrence

Men that love wisdom must be acquainted with very many things indeed. Heraclitus

When you take a man as he is, you make him worse. When you take a man as he can be, you make him better. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Men are only as unfaithful as their options. Chris Rock

The cornerstone on which all things are based is man's concept of himself. Neville Goddard

Your inner being is he who men call God. Neville Goddard

You don't know Jay-Z's scedule. He's a renaissance man. Aziz Ansari

I'm not a naturally funny man. I find that I can only be funny, if I become someone else. Rowan Atkinson

Man is not above nature, but in nature. Ernst Haeckel

Man is something to be surpassed. Friedrich Nietzsche

Love of man for woman-love of woman for man. That's the nature, the meaning, the best of life itself. Zane Grey

I have always advised men to read Mother Jones

What man is, only history tells. George Mosse

I'm not emaciated; I'm wiry. Most women find lean men appealing. Zedd

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