Love is the only passion that suffers neither past nor future
Honoré de Balzac
French writer, born Honoré Balzac in Tours on 20 May 1799, and died in Paris on 18 August 1850, French writer.
Love is found only in freedom, and it is only in it that there is recreation and eternal amusement
Danish writer, theologian and philosopher, born on 5 May 1813 and died on 11 November 1855 in Copenhagen.
This is the foundation of the joy of love, when it exists: we feel justified in existing
Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartre French
writer and philosopher born June 21, 1905 in Paris and died April 15, 1980, in the same city.
To love is to surpass oneself
Those who are faithful know no love but its triviality; It is the infidels, who know the tragedies
Irish writer, born in Dublin on 16 October 1854 and died in Paris on 30 November 1900
« There is only one kind of love, but there are a thousand different copies »
François de La Rochefoucauld
French writer, moralist and memorialist, born on 15 September 1613 in Paris and died on 17 March 1680 in the same city.
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Boston Museum Of Art – Pierre Auguste Renoir « Dance at Bougival« .
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To love means to open ourselves to the negative as well as the positive – to sorrow, sadness and disappointment as well as to joy, satisfaction and an intensity of consciousness that we did not imagine possible before.
Psychologue Américain, 1909-1994
To love is to enjoy, while it is not to enjoy, to be loved.
philosophe grec, 384-322 av. J.-C
Love consists in taking care of the other, worrying about him, respecting him and constantly trying to get to know him more.
psychanalyste américain d’origine allemande, 1900-1980
You are mortal when you are without love; You are immortal when you love.
philosophe allemand, 1883-1969
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