Top 50 Plato Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Wisdom

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Top 50 Plato Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Wisdom

Top 50 Plato Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Wisdom

 

“Human Behavior Flows from Three Main Sources; Desire, Emotion, and Knowledge.”  

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“Wise Men Speak Because They have Something to Say; Fools Because They have to Say Something.” 

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“Love is a Serious Mental Disease.”

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“Music is a Moral Law. It Gives Soul to The Universe, Wings to The Mind, Flight to The Imagination, and Charm and Gaiety to Life and to Everything.”  

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“The Greatest Wealth is to Live Content with Little.”  

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“They Deem him their Worst Enemy who Tells them The Truth.”  

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“Be Kind, for Everyone You Meet is Fighting a Harder Battle.” 

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“Necessity... The Mother of Invention.”  

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“Education is Teaching our Children to Desire The Right Things.” 

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“We should Pursue and Practice Moderation.”  

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“Poetry is Nearer to Vital Truth than History.” 

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“You can Discover More about a Person in an Hour of Play than in a Year of Conversation.”  

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“Every Heart Sings a Song, Incomplete, until another Heart Whispers Back. Those who Wish to Sing always Find a Song. At The Touch of a Lover, Everyone Becomes a Poet.”  

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“Only The Dead have Seen The End of War.”  

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“Reality is Created by The Mind, We can Change Our Reality by Changing Our Mind.”  

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“Do Not Train a Child to Learn by Force or Harshness; but Direct them to it by what Amuses their Minds, so that You may Be Better Able to Discover with Accuracy The Peculiar Bent of The Genius of Each.”  

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“No Man should Bring Children into The World who is Unwilling to Persevere to The End in their Nature and Education.”  

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“The First and Greatest Victory is to Conquer Yourself; to Be Conquered by Yourself is of all Things Most Shameful and Vile.”  

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“The Beginning is The Most Important Part of The Work.”  

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“Courage is Knowing what Not to Fear.” 

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“The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living to a Human.”  

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“The Direction in which Education Starts a Man will Determine his Future Life.”  

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“Music is The Movement of Sound to Reach The Soul for The Education of its Virtue.”  

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“We can Easily Forgive a Child who is Afraid of The Dark; The Real Tragedy of Life is when Men are Afraid of The Light.”  

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“The Right Question is Usually More Important than The Right Answer.”  

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“A Hero is Born among a Hundred, a Wise Man is Found among a Thousand, but an Accomplished One might Not Be Found even among a Hundred Thousand Men.”  

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“False Words are Not only Evil in themselves, but They Infect The Soul with Evil.”  

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“The Price Good Men Pay for Indifference to Public Affairs is to Be Ruled by Evil Men.”  

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“There are Three Classes of Men; Lovers of Wisdom, Lovers of Honor, and Lovers of Gain.”   

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“Philosophy Begins in Wonder.”  

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“Welcome Out of The Cave, My Friend. It's a Bit Colder Out here, but The Stars are Just Beautiful.”  

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“All Learning has an Emotional Base.”   

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“Good People Do Not Need Laws to Tell them to Act Responsibly, while Bad People will Find a Way around The Laws.”  

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“The Excessive Increase in anything Causes a Reaction in The Opposite Direction.”  

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“The More The Pleasures of The Body Fade away, The Greater to Me is The Pleasure and Charm of Conversation.”  

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“One of The Penalties for Refusing to Participate in Politics is that You End Up Being Governed by Your Inferiors.”  

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“There are Two Things a Person should Never Be Angry at, what They can Help, and what They Cannot.”  

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“When Men Speak ill of Thee, Live so as Nobody may Believe them.” 

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“Rhetoric is The Art of Ruling The Minds of Men.”  

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“Democracy is a Charming form of Government, Full of Variety and Disorder, and Dispensing a Sort of Equality to Equals and Unequal alike.” 

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“If Women are Expected to Do The Same Work as Men, We must Teach them The Same Things.” 

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“Love is The Joy of The Good, The Wonder of The Wise, The Amazement of The Gods.”  

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“A Good Decision is Based on Knowledge and Not on Numbers.”  

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“Honesty is for The Most Part Less Profitable than Dishonesty.”  

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“A Kiss, and Touch of Lips; Not Strange My Soul should Cling - Strive to Cross, Weep to Turn, and Starve with Me Poor Thing.”  

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“The Eyes ... are The Windows of The Soul.”  

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“The Madness of Love is The Greatest of Heaven's Blessings.” 

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“Beauty Lies in The Eyes of The Beholder.”  

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“God is Not The Author of all Things, but of Good only.”    

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“No One is More Hated than He who Speaks The Truth.”  

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