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Read through the most famous quotes from Euripides

When a good man is hurt, all who would be called good must suffer with him.

— Euripides


The man is happiest who lives from day to day and asks no more, garnering the simple goodness of life.

— Euripides


Who knoweth if to die be but to live, and that called life by mortals be but death?

— Euripides

#philosophical #profound #wisdom #death

That mortal is a fool who, prospering, thinks his life has any strong foundation; since our fortune's course of action is the reeling way a madman takes, and no one person is ever happy all the time.

— Euripides

#poetry #life

Surely, of all creatures that have life and will, we women are the most wretched. When, for an extravagant sum, we have bought a husband, we must then accept him as possessor of our body.

— Euripides


There is one thing alone that stands the brunt of life throughout its course; a quiet conscience.

— Euripides

#science #inspirational

He who believes needs no explanation.

— Euripides


Do not grieve so much for a husband lost that it wastes away your life.

— Euripides

#grieve #life #loss #love #anger

Do we, holding that the gods exist, deceive ourselves with insubstantial dreams and lies, while random careless chance and change alone control the world?

— Euripides


Wealth stays with us a little moment if at all: only our characters are steadfast, not our gold.

— Euripides

#gold #little #moment #only #our

About Euripides

Euripides Quotes

Did you know about Euripides?

However its rhythms are somewhat freer and more natural than that of his predecessors and the vocabulary has been expanded to allow for intellectual and psychological subtleties. a type of the war-time demagogues that were active in Athens during the Peloponnesian War. For example it is possible that he never visited Macedonia at all or if he did he might have been drawn there by King Archelaus with incentives that were also offered to other artists.

480 – 406 BC) was one of the three great tragedians of classical Athens the other two being Aeschylus and Sophocles. Recent scholarship casts doubt on ancient biographies of Euripides. Whereas Socrates was eventually put on trial and executed as a corrupting influence Euripides chose a voluntary exile in old age dying in Macedonia.

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