Fright

The earlier in life the first fright occurs, the more dangerous it is.

The earlier in life the first fright occurs, the more dangerous it is.

The eye was in the tomb and stared at Cain.

The quantity of riches one must earn can be compared to the shoes one wears; if too small, they cause pain; if too big, they are a hindrance to physical and mental comfort. When we have more, it breeds pride, sloth and contempt for others.

When one is deprived of one's liberty, one is right in blaming not so much the man who puts the shackles on as the one who had the power to prevent him, but did not use it.

Now it is the time of night That the graves, all gaping wide, Every one lets forth his sprite, In the churchway paths to glide. A Midsummer Night's Dream (Puck at V, i)

Some falls the means are happier to rise. Cymbeline (Caius Lucius at IV, ii)