Louis-Aimé Martin

Louis-Aimé
Martin
1781
1844

French Writer

Author Quotes

All our first movements are good, generous, heroical; reflection weakens and kills them.

If you would know the political and moral condition of a people, ask as to the position of its women.

It requires two indiscreet persons to institute a quarrel; one individual cannot quarrel alone.

Kindness, the poetry of the heart.

Love is a flame which burns in heaven and whose soft reflections radiate to us. Two worlds are opened, two lives given to it. It is by love that we double our being; it is by love that we approach God.

Whatever may be the laws and customs of a country, women always give the tone to morals. Whether slaves or free, they reign, because their empire is that of the affections.

Author Picture
First Name
Louis-Aimé
Last Name
Martin
Birth Date
1781
Death Date
1844
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French Writer