Top 50 Victor Hugo Quotes on Love, Life, Happiness and Success

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Top 50 Victor Hugo Quotes on Love, Life, Happiness and Success

Top 50 Victor Hugo Quotes on Love, Life, Happiness and Success

 

“Even The Darkest Night will End and The Sun will Rise.”

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“Change Your Opinions, Keep to Your Principles; Change Your Leaves, Keep Intact Your Roots.”

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“Life is The Flower for which Love is The Honey.”

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“Music Expresses that which Cannot Be Put into Words and that which Cannot Remain Silent.”

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“Not Being Heard is No Reason for Silence.”

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“People Do Not Lack Strength; They Lack will.”

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“He Never Went Out Without a Book Under his Arm, and He often Came Back with Two.”

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“Fame must have Enemies, as Light must have Gnats.”

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“When Dictatorship is a Fact, Revolution Becomes a Right.”

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“The Most Powerful Symptom of Love is a Tenderness which Becomes at Times almost Insupportable.”

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“Laughter is The Sun that Drives Winter from The Human Face.”

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“Be as a Bird Perched on a Frail Branch that She Feels Bending beneath her, still She Sings away all The Same, Knowing She has Wings.”

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“He who Opens a School Door, Closes a Prison.”

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“To Love another Person is to See The Face of God.”

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“An Intelligent Hell would Be Better than a Stupid Paradise.”

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“Perseverance, Secret of all Triumphs.”

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“Nothing is More Powerful than an idea whose Time has Come.”

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“There is always More Misery among The Lower Classes than There is Humanity in The Higher.”

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“Winter is on My Head, but Eternal Spring is in My Heart.”

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“There is Something More Terrible than a Hell of Suffering–a Hell of Boredom.”

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“Life is a Voyage.” 

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“Music Expresses that which Cannot Be Said and on which it is Impossible to Be Silent.” 

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“What Is Love? I have Met in The Streets a Very Poor Young Man who was in Love. His hat was Old, his Coat Worn, The Water Passed through his Shoes and The Stars through his Soul.”

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“Let Us Fear Ourselves. Prejudices are The Real Robbers; Vices are The Real Murderers. The Great Dangers Lie within Ourselves.”

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“When a Woman is Talking to You, Listen to what She Says with her Eyes.”

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“Intelligence is The Wife, Imagination is The Mistress, Memory is The Servant.”

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“Love is Like a Tree: it Grows by itself, Roots itself Deeply in Our Being and Continues to Flourish Over a Heart in Ruin. The Inexplicable Fact is that The Blinder it is, The More Tenacious it is. It is Never Stronger than when it is Completely Unreasonable.”

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“Progress is The Stride of God.”

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“Our Life Dreams The Utopia. Our Death Achieves The ideal.”

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“To Rise from Error to Truth is Rare and Beautiful.”

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“No Army can Withstand The Strength of an idea whose Time has Come.”

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“A Study can Be Made against Invasion by an Army; No Stand can Be Made against Invasion by an idea.”

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“To Put Everything in Balance is Good, to Put Everything in Harmony is Better.” 

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“Fashions have Done More Harm than Revolutions.”

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“Short as Life is, We Make it still Shorter by The Careless Waste of Time.”

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“There is Nothing Like a Dream to Create The Future.”

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“There are People who Observe The Rules of Honor as We Observe The Stars: from a Distance.”

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“He Sought to Transform The Grief that Looks Down into The Grave by Showing it The Grief that Looks Up to The Stars.”

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“To Love is to Act.”

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“Life's Greatest Happiness is to Be Convinced We are Loved.”

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“Have Courage for The Great Sorrows of Life and Patience for The Small Ones; and when You have Laboriously Accomplished Your Daily Task, Go to Sleep in Peace. God is Awake.”

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“The Wicked Envy and Hate; it is their Way of Admiring.”

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“Inspiration and Genius-One and The Same.”

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“To Learn to Read is to Light a Fire; Every Syllable that is Spelled Out is a Spark.”

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“A Day will Come when there will Be No Battlefields, but Markets Opening to Commerce and Minds Opening to ideas.”

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“You who Suffer Because You Love, Love still More. To Die of Love, is to Live by it.”

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“To Give Thanks in Solitude is enough. Thanksgiving has Wings and Goes where it must Go. Your Prayer Knows much More about it than You Do.”

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“The Three Great Problems of This Century; The Degradation of Man in The Proletariat, The Subjection of Women through Hunger, The Atrophy of The Child by Darkness.”

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“The Guilty One is Not He who Commits The Sin, but The One who Causes The Darkness.”

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“Common Sense is in Spite of, Not as The Result of Education.”

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