„The Highest Thought is always that thought which contains joy. The Clearest Words are those words which contain truth. The Grandest Feeling is that feeling which you call love.“

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„History some truths contains, which well may serve
For lessons.“

—  Jean De La Fontaine French poet, fabulist and writer. 1621 - 1695

Book I (1668), Dedication "To Monseigneur the Dauphin".
Fables (1668–1679)
Contexto: History some truths contains, which well may serve
For lessons. In my work you will observe
Ev'ry thing speaks — yea e'en the very fish —
And what they say, to ev'ry man a dish
Serves up; and I of animals make choice
That men may get instruction from their voice.

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