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219.  No man that has ever lived has done a thing to please God primarily.  It was done to please himself, then God next.  (God & Please)  Mark Twain, a Biography

 

 

2,053.  The ordinary surroundings of life which are esteemed by men (as their actions testify) to be the highest good, may be classed under the three heads — Riches, Fame, and the Pleasures of Sense: with these three the mind is so absorbed that it has little power to reflect on any different good.  (Life's Like That & Rich & Fame & Pleasure)  Baruch Spinoza

 

 

6,200.  I am now quite cured of seeking pleasure in society, be it country or town.  A sensible man ought to find sufficient company in himself.  (Society & Pleasure & Self)  Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights

 

 

6,798.  There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge.  (Knowledge & Pleasure)  Bertrand Russell

 

 

7,153.  I read for pleasure and that is the moment I learn the most.  (Read & Pleasure & Learn)  Margaret Atwood

 

 

7,166.  Reading was my escape and my comfort, my consolation, my stimulant of choice: reading for the pure pleasure of it, for the beautiful stillness that surrounds you when you hear an author's words reverberating in your head.  (Read & Author & Pleasure & Head)  Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies

 

 

7,182.  Few pleasures, for the true reader, rival the pleasure of browsing unhurriedly among books: old books, new books, library books, other people's books, one's own books – it does not matter whose or where.  Simply to be among books, glancing at one here, reading a page from one over there, enjoying them all as objects to be touched, looked at, even smelt, is a deep satisfaction.  And often, very often, while browsing haphazardly, looking for nothing in particular, you pick up a volume that suddenly excites you, and you know that this one of all the others you must read.  Those are great moments – and the books we come across like that are often the most memorable.  (Read & Pleasure & Book)  Aidan Chambers

 

 

9,126.  Life does not agree with philosophy: There is no happiness that is not idleness, and only what is useless is pleasurable.  (Philosophy & Life’s Like That & Happiness & Pleasure)  Anton Chekhov

 

 

10,918.  Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure - that of being Salvador Dali.  (Art & Pleasure)  Salvador Dali

 

 

23,840.  I’m a pleasure gelf.  (Science Fiction & Pleasure)  Red Dwarf IV: Camille s4e1, her to him

 

 

53,833.  Happiness consists in frequent repetition of pleasure.  (Happiness & Pleasure)  Arthur Schopenhauer

 

 

56,733.  Business before pleasure.  (Proverb & Business & Pleasure)  Mid-19th century proverb

 

 

59,167.  Shouldn’t atheist have an equal obligation to explain pleasure in a world of randomness?  Where does pleasure come from?  (Atheism & Pleasure)  G K Chesterton

 

 

62,439.  Adults tend to repress their pleasure.  Sad to say, I think we become adults only through disappointment, grief, and lies.  So of course gradually we become tough, less sensitive.  (Adult & Pleasure)  Jean-Louis Gassee

 

 

74,980.  There’s no shame in pleasure, Mr Gray.  (Gothic & Pleasure)  Dorian Gray 2009 starring Ben Barnes & Colin Firth & Ben Chaplin & Rachel Hurd-Wood & Johnny Harris & Rebecca Hall & Emilia Fox & Fiona Shaw & Maryan d'Abo & Caoline Goodall et al, director Oliver Parker

 

 

85,213.  I adore simple pleasures.  They are the last refuge of the complex.  Oscar Wilde 

 

 

85,220.  Pleasure is the only thing we should live for.  Oscar Wilde

 

 

85,224.  My duty as a gentleman has never interfered with my pleasures in the smallest degree.  (Pleasure & Gentlemen)  Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest 

 

 

76,926.  Illusion is the first of all pleasures.  (Illusion & Pleasure)  Voltaire

 

 

77,918.  Joy is never in our power, and pleasure often is.  (Joy & Pleasure)  C S Lewis

 

 

77,919.  Short is the joy that guilty pleasure brings.  (Joy & Pleasure)  Euripides

 

 

85,193.  By happy alchemy of mind

They turn to pleasure all they find.  Matthew Green, The Spleen 1737

 

 

85,194.  Everyone is dragged on by their favourite pleasure.  Virgil, Eclogues

 

 

85,195.  One half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other half.  Jane Austen, Emma, 1816

 

 

85,196.  It’s always the good feel rotten.

Pleasure's for those who are bad.  Sergei Yesenin

 

 

85,197.  Pleasure is a thief to business.  Daniel Defoe 1660-1731, The Complete English Tradesman 1725

 

 

71,831.  The great source of pleasure is variety.  Uniformity must tire at last, though it be uniformity of excellence.  We love to expect; and, when expectation is disappointed or gratified we want to be again expecting.  (Pleasure & Variety & Expectation)  Samuel Johnson, Lives of the English Poets

 

 

85,198.  No man is a hypocrite in his pleasures.  Samuel Johnson

 

 

85,199.  I shouldn’t be surprised if the greatest rule of all weren’t to give pleasure.  Moliere aka Jean-Baptiste Poquelin

 

 

85,200.  And gods will show us pleasures more than men’s.  Wilfred Owen, Happiness

 

 

85,201.  And painful pleasure turns to pleasing pain.  Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queen

 

 

85,203.  Dwell I but in the suburbs of your pleasure?  William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar I ii 284-285, Portia to Brutus

 

 

85,204.  Pleasure will be paid, one time or another.  William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night II iv 70, Feste

 

 

76,490.  Pleasure and action make the hours seem short.  (Hours & Pleasure & Action)  William Shakespeare, Othello II iii 269, Iago

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