Thomas Fuller

Thomas
Fuller
1608
1661

English Divine, Historian and Author

Author Quotes

Always you are to be rich next Year... Riches alone make no Man happy.

All truth is not to be held at all times.

A wise Man's thoughts walk with him, but a Fool's without him.

All things were difficult before they were easy.

A Stumble may prevent a Fall.

A willful falsehood told is a cripple, not able to stand by itself without another to support it. It is easy to tell a lie, but hard to tell only one lie.

A poor spirit is poorer than a poor purse.

A small leak will sink a great ship.

A grain of Prudence is worth a Pound of Craft.

A man surprised is half beaten.

A danger foreseen is half avoided.

A good cause makes a stout heart and a strong arm.

A broken friendship may be soldered, but will never be sound.

Author Picture
First Name
Thomas
Last Name
Fuller
Birth Date
1608
Death Date
1661
Bio

English Divine, Historian and Author