The best Quotes by Friedrich Schiller

The best Quotes by Friedrich Schiller

I fear nothing - nothing - but the boundaries of your love.

Love declerationsFriedrich Schiller in Intrigue and Love
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Keep true to the dreams of thy youth.

Youth, Men, Birthday, AgeFriedrich Schiller in Don Carlos
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He who thinks too much, will not act.

Thinking, Taking action, Self-ConfidenceFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
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What you don't give up, you never lose.

Giving Up, LossFriedrich Schiller in Maria Stuart
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A heavy hart can't be freed by words. But words can lead to action.

Heart, WordsFriedrich Schiller
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Together, the weak are powerful.

Team, WeaknessesFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
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The bow that's stretched too much breaks.

Ambition, Gun-ControlFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
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Great souls become greater through love.

LoveFriedrich Schiller in Don Carlos
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We shall be free, just as our fathers were.

FreedomFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
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Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain.

FoolishnessFriedrich Schiller in The Maid of Orleans
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Love is the price of love.

LoveFriedrich Schiller in Don Carlos
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The man of courage thinks not of himself.

SelflessnessFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
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When the wine goes in, strange things come out.

WineFriedrich Schiller
 
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The voice of the majority is no proof of justice.

Friedrich Schiller in Maria Stuart
 
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Life is but a moment,
but so is death!

Friedrich Schiller in Maria Stuart
 
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RIngs make marriages,
And rings make chains aswell.

RingsFriedrich Schiller in Maria Stuart
 
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Wait too long and warn your enemy.

WaitingFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
 
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Every street leads to the end of the world.

StreetFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
 
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He who is born on a mountain isn't scared by it.

MountainsFriedrich Schiller in William Tell
 
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The strong one is most powerful by himself.

Friedrich Schiller in William Tell
 
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