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"The magic of first love is our ignorance that it can ever end." Benjamin Disraeli
+ Attributions Disraeli was a politician who served as Britain's prime minister who also wrote several popular novels. This line comes from his "Henrietta Temple." Disraeli had an affair with a woman named Henrietta Sykes, which is presumably where he drew the inspiration for this novel. Cute    Cute Love    Humorous    Love    Love At First Sight    Quote of the Day    Short    Top 100   

"For you see, each day I love you more. Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow." Rosemonde Gerard
+ Attributions As quoted in Respectfully quoted: a dictionary of quotations (1989) The original French reads, "Car, vois-tu, chaque jour je t’aime davantage, Aujourd’hui plus qu’hier et bien moins que demain," and is from a poem titled, "The Eternal Song" ("L'éternelle chanson"). The quote became popular after a jeweler began inscribing the verse on to medallions. 430 Votes Love    Top 100    Top 100 Famous   

"Love your Neighbour; yet don't pull down your Hedge." Benjamin Franklin
+ Attributions Benjamin Franklin regularly published a book of quotes, proverbs, forecasts, and puzzles called "Poor Richard’s Almanack."  Franklin is now known, or is cited in many quotes as the person who popularized well-known maxims which had been said for as many as three hundred years before. 

It may not seem inspiring at first, but perhaps the inspiration in the quote lies in the the “Poor Richard” from the title.  He was a persona Franklin created, based perhaps on Jonathan Swift’s alter ego Isaac Bickerstaff.   Poor Richard was painted to be both a sort of “everyman” at the same time as being a philosopher and astrologer.  His words became proverbs that became popular in the United States and are still in use today.  Poor Richard is perhaps the wisdom in all of us. Famous    Love    Neighbors    Pearls of Wisdom    Top 100   

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"What's in a name? That which we call a rose, By any other word would smell as sweet." William Shakespeare
+ Attributions spoken by Juliet in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" Perhaps the most famous tragic romance of all time, Romeo and Juliet is chock full of emotions and romantic ideas. Here Juliet argues against Romeo's name (Montague, and being perpetually at war with Juliet's family, the Capulets). His name matters nothing to her, she wishes only to be with him and for their love to not be defined by their names. Love   

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