Charles Peguy Quotes and Quotations
When a man dies, he does not just die of the disease he has: he dies of his whole life.
Tyranny is always better organized than freedom.
It has never been given to a man to attain at once his happiness and his salvation.
One must always tell what one sees. Above all, which is more difficult, one must always see what one sees.
Short of genius, a rich man cannot imagine poverty.
A word is not the same with one writer as with another. One tears it from his guts. The other pulls it out of his overcoat pocket.
It is the essence of genius to make use of the simplest ideas.
A great philosophy is not a philosophy without reproach; it is philosophy without fear.