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Jean de La Fontaine

Quote of Jean de La Fontaine - Beware, as long as you live...


Biography - Jean de La Fontaine:

French poet.
Born: 1621 - Died: 1695
Period:
17th century
Place of birth: France
France

Beware, as long as you live, of judging people by appearances.



Note 

Note



Fables: Le Cochet, le Chat, et le Souriceau


Source: Fables



Translation

Translation

(French, German)



French
Garde-toi, tant que tu vivras,
De juger des gens sur la mine.


German
Solange du lebst, hüte dich davor, einen Menschen nach seinem Aussehen zu beurteilen.




See also 

See also...






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Love, love, all the rest is nothing.





In every undertaking we must keep the outcome in mind.





Ingratitude is the mother of all vice.





Patience and time do more than strength or passion.





A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.





People must help one another it is nature's law.












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