7 junio, 2024

111 phrases of men and gentlemen

A man is a human being of the male sex, that is the most basic definition. However, outside of that there may be different meanings, depending on each person and from where he is seen.

For some, a man is someone strong, masculine and decisive. For others he is someone who is capable of taking care of his family, someone independent. From philosophy it is said that man is a wolf to man. From psychology what a man is like depends to a large extent on how he behaved with him in his childhood and how he was educated.

The best quotes about men

We have made a compilation of phrases about men with which you can learn the ideas of great male historical figures such as Voltaire, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, Ernest Hemingway, William Shakespeare, Friedrich Nietzsche, Mark Twain, Isaac Newton and many more.

30-Judge a man by his questions instead of by his answers.-Voltaire.

-A gentleman is simply a patient wolf.-Lana Turner.

The brave man does not always live, but the cautious one does not live at all.-Meg Cabot.

The brave man is not the one who does not feel fear, but the one who conquers fear.-Nelson Mandela.

15-A man of character may be defeated, but never destroyed.-Ernest Hemingway.

-The fear of death is followed by the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.-Mark Twain.

-Women say that all men are equal. A gentleman proves that they are wrong.

6-Courtesy is a mark of the gentleman as much as courage.-Theodore Roosevelt.

-Being a gentleman never goes out of style.

-Be the kind of man you want for your daughter.

4-Do not try to become a successful man, but a man of value.-Albert Einstein.

-In every true man there is a hidden child who wants to play.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

11-The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions.-Confucius.

-Anyone can make history; But only a great man can write it.-Oscar Wilde.

Nothing great will ever be achieved without great men, and men are great only if they are determined to be.-Charles de Gaulle.

40-Almost all men can withstand adversity, but if you want to check the character of a man, give him power.-Abraham Lincoln.

5-The true man smiles at problems, gathers strength from difficulties and grows reflecting.-Thomas Paine.

-The last measure of a man is not where he is in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he is in times of challenge and controversy.-Martin Luther King, Jr.

4-A wise man should have money in his head, but not in his heart.-Jonathan Swift.

-A great man loves his wife and places his family as the most important thing in his life.-Frank Abagnale.

1-A man who dares to waste an hour of his time has not discovered the value of life.-Charles Darwin.

11-I never learned from a man who agreed with me.-Robert A. Heinlein.

-The happy man is the one who finds a true friend, and much happier the one who finds that true friend in his wife.-Franz Schubert.

-A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others have thrown at him.-David Brinkley.

-If you speak to a man in a language he understands, it goes to his head. If you speak to him in his language, he goes to his heart.-Nelson Mandela.

3-The character of a man can be learned by the adjectives he habitually uses in his conversations.-Mark Twain.

-Men do not fail; They stop trying.-Elihu Root.

The successful man benefits from his mistakes and tries again in a different way.-Dale Carnegie.

-A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to win others.-Ayn Rand.

5-The most dangerous creation of any society is the man who has nothing to lose.-James A. Baldwin.

1-A foolish man believes he is wise, but a wise man believes he is foolish.-William Shakespeare.

-Give a man a fish and feed him for a day; Teach him to fish and feed him for a lifetime.-Maimonides.

-Money has never made a man happy, nor will it. There is nothing in your nature that produces happiness. The more you have, the more you want.-Benjamin Franklin.

30-Honor is simply the morality of the superior man.-HL Mencken.

1-A wise man can learn more from a stupid question than a fool can learn from a wise answer.-Bruce Lee.

-Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the coast.-André Gide.

11-The greatest disappointment that a man suffers is from his own opinion.-Leonardo da Vinci.

11-Men are born to succeed, not to fail.-Henry David Thoreau.

-Men are not necessities, they are luxuries.-Cher.

-As much as a man is worth, he will never have a higher value than being a man.-Antonio Machado.

-A flower cannot bloom without sun, and a man cannot live without love.-Max Muller.

1-No man has a good enough memory to be a good liar.-Abraham Lincoln.

-No one can give you freedom. No one can give you equality or justice. If you are a man, you take them.-Malcolm X.

-A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with more intelligent people.-Will Rogers.

-The superior man is impassive by nature: he does not care whether they praise him or censure him.-Napoléon Bonaparte.

The man who does not read anything is better educated than the man who only reads newspapers.-Thomas Jefferson.

-The wise man does not give the correct answers, he has the correct questions.-Claude Levi-Strauss.

-The measure of a man is what he does with his power.-Plato.

-Man needs difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy success.- APJ Abdul Kalam.

-They say that a man is not a man until he hears his name from the lips of a woman.-Antonio Machado.

-Men are like metal. When they lose their temper, they lose their value.-Chuck Norris.

10-Either men learn to live as brothers, or they will die as beasts.-Max Lerner.

15-Never give a sword to a man who cannot dance.-Confucius.

5-A man of courage is also full of faith.-Cicero.

-Men, like women, are guided more often by their hearts than by their reasoning.-Philip Stanhope.

-The more the man possesses, the less he possesses himself.-Arturo Graf.

-If you educate a man, you educate a man. If you educate a woman, you educate a generation.-Brigham Young.

-The true character of a man comes out when he is drunk.-Charlie Chaplin.

-A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor can a man be perfected without proof.-Seneca.

15-Man is free at the moment he wants to be.-Voltaire.

-A man is the sum of his misfortunes. You might believe that misfortune will end up one day getting tired, but then it is time that becomes our misfortune.-William Faulkner.

-Man is an experiment; Time will show if it was worth it.-Mark Twain.

-The man who remains in the golden mean bears the name of sober and moderate.-Aristotle.

-With men who do not believe in me, I cannot and do not want to associate myself.-Ludwig van Beethoven.

11-Man is distinguished from all other creatures by the faculty of laughing.-Joseph Addison.

3-It is more necessary to study men than books.-François de La Rochefoucauld.

-There is in almost all men a poet who died young and the man survived.-Vincent van Gogh.

-The honest man is the one who measures a right by his duty.-Herni Dominique Lacordaire.

-A lazy man is a clock without a rope.-Jaime Luciano Balmes.

-Men build too many walls and not enough bridges.-Isaac Newton.

3-There is always a place in the summits for the brave and hard-working man.-Thomas Carlyle.

-The first duty of a man these days is to be a man of his time.-José Martí.

15-The secret of the interesting man is that he himself is interested in everyone.-Charles Péguy.

-Do not go outside, come back to yourself. In the inner man dwells the truth.-Saint Augustine.

-The mind of a man is capable of everything, because everything is in it, the past and the future.-Joseph Conrad.

14-Man cannot feel comfortable without his own approval.-Mark Twain.

-Not only of bread the man lives. From time to time, he also needs a drink.-Woody Allen.

14-One word is enough to make or break the fortune of a man.-Sophocles.

1-A moment is enough to make a hero and a whole life to make a good man.-Paul Brulat.

-Trust men and they will be loyal to you. Treat them as great gentlemen and they will behave as such.-Ralph Waldo Emerson.

-The friend is another me. Without friendship, man cannot be happy.-Aristotle.

-Man is the only animal that laughs and cries; Because he is the only one who knows the difference between the things that are and those that should be.-William Hazlitt.

11-Men are cruel, but man is good.-Rabindranath Tagore.

-The greatest number of ills that man suffers comes from man himself.-Cayo Pliny the young man.

-Men are rewarded and punished, not for what they do, but rather for the way in which their actions define them.-Thomas Szasz.

10-The moment of a blink of an eye is enough to make a peaceful man a warrior.-Samuel Butler.

3-The personality of man determines in advance the measure of his possible fortune.-Arthur Schopenhauer.

-The man who claims to see everything clearly before deciding never decides.-Henry Amiel.

15-It does not take nine months, but sixty years to form a man.-André Malraux.

-Men go into two camps: those who love and found, and those who hate and undo.-José Martí.

10-Fortunate is the man who has time to wait.-Pedro Calderón de la Barca.

-The monkeys are too good for man to descend from them.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

15-A competent man is a man who is wrong according to the rules.-Paul Ambroise Valéry.

-The external appearance often announces the inner condition of man.-William Shakespeare.

The man who has begun to live more seriously inside, begins to live more simply outside.-Ernest Hemingway.

-Fear the man of a single book.-Saint Thomas Aquinas.

-War is the normal state of man.-Arturo Pérez Reverte.

11-The greatness of a man is knowing how to recognize his own smallness.-Blaise Pascal.

-A single man shouting makes more noise than a hundred thousand who are silent.-José de San Martín.

-In man there are more things worthy of admiration than contempt.-Albert Camus.

-The most powerful man is the one who owns himself.-Lucio Anneo Seneca.

-The best man is never the one who was less a child, but the other way around: the one who, upon reaching thirty, finds accumulated in his heart the most splendid treasure of childhood.-José Ortega y Gasset.

-The unfortunate man seeks comfort in the amalgamation of his grief with the grief of another.-Milan Kundera.

31-When man does not find himself, he finds nothing.-Johann Wolfgang Goethe.

-Passions make man live, wisdom only makes him last.-Chamfort.

-Education is the development in man of all the perfection of which his nature is capable.-Immanuel Kant.

-Young men want to be faithful and they don’t get it; Old men want to be unfaithful and fail.-Oscar Wilde.

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