Moritz Saphir, fully Moritz Gottlieb Saphir, born Moses Saphir

Moritz
Saphir, fully Moritz Gottlieb Saphir, born Moses Saphir
1795
1858

Austrian Satirical Writer and Journalist

Author Quotes

A woman is ready to dress up to irritate her friends.

A woman's heart is like a sea; it's both deep and rough and hides pearls.

In youth we believe everybody but nobody believes us. In old age we believe nobody but everybody believes us.

Mind is lost in love, but found in marriage.

One should be kind to love people and avoid them in order to respect.

Smart person should talk too much to prove that he's smart. A fool needs to keep silence to prove that he is wise.

The smartest man becomes fool when in love. The most stupid girl becomes smarter when in love.

Women are like flowers. One woman and one flower inspire men. Many flowers and any women in one place cause a headache.

Work is a father of hunger, a grandfather of digestion and the grand grandfather of health.

Love makes of the wisest man a fool, and of the most foolish woman, a sage.

The quintessence of every passion is selfishness.

Author Picture
First Name
Moritz
Last Name
Saphir, fully Moritz Gottlieb Saphir, born Moses Saphir
Birth Date
1795
Death Date
1858
Bio

Austrian Satirical Writer and Journalist