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Thomas Fuller

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A stumble may prevent a fall.

— Thomas Fuller

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Be a friend to thyself, and others will be so too.

— Thomas Fuller


Some have been thought brave because they were afraid to run away.

— Thomas Fuller

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All things are difficult before they are easy.

— Thomas Fuller

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Music is nothing else but wild sounds civilized into time and tune.

— Thomas Fuller

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He that plants trees loves others besides himself.

— Thomas Fuller

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Govern thy life and thy thoughts as if the whole world were to see the one, and read the other.

— Thomas Fuller


You gazed at the moon and fell in the gutter.

— Thomas Fuller

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Many would be cowards if they had courage enough.

— Thomas Fuller

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He who cures a disease may be the skillfullest, but he that prevents it is the safest physician.

— Thomas Fuller

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Their son John baptized at Broadwindsor by his father on 6 June 1641 was afterwards of Sidney Sussex College edited the Worthies of England 1662 and became rector of Great Wakering Essex where he died in 1687. For a short time he preached with success at the Inns of Court and then at the invitation of the master of the Savoy Walter Balcanqual and the brotherhood of that foundation became lecturer at their chapel of St Mary Savoy. His first publiThomas Fullerd volume of sermons appeared in 1640 under the title of Joseph's party-coloured Coat.

He is now remembered for his writings particularly his Worthies of England publiThomas Fullerd after his death. He was a prolific author and one of the first English writers able to live by his pen (and his many patrons).

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