We are all in the gutter,
but some of us are looking at the stars.

[Oscar Wilde]

A ship in the harbor is safe,
but that is not what ships are built for.

[John A. Shedd]

A physicist is just an atom's way
of looking at itself.

[Niels Bohr]

The diagrams contains more truth
than the underlying formalisme.

[G. t'Hooft and M. Veltman 1973]

When I read about the evils of drinking,
I gave up reading.

[Henny Youngman]

Remember, I got more out of alcohol,
than alcohol got out of me.

[Whinston Churchill]

I find that the harder I work,
the more luck I seem to have.

[Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)]

Forgive your enemies,
but never forget their names.

[John F. Kennedy (1917-1963)]

We don't like their sound,
and guitar music is on the way out.

[Decca Rec. Co. rejecting The Beatles, 1962]

640Kb ought to be enough
for anybody.

[Bill Gates (1955-), in 1981]

Not only is God dead,
but just try to find a plumber on weekends.

[Woody Allen, 1935-]

There are no good girls gone wrong,
just bad girls found out.

[Mae West]

Love while you've got love to give.
Live while you've got life to live.

Problems worthy of attack
prove their worth by hitting back.

[Piet Hein, 1905-1996]

Verden er dyb
og kun de flade ånder fatter det ikke!

[Johannes Jørgensen (Fra "Symbolisme")]

Livet leves forlæns,
men forståes baglæns.

[Søren Kierkegaard]

Sic transit gloria mundi.
(Thus Passes The Glory Of The World).

[Exclamatory phrase used at installations of popes]

Nemo solus satis sapit.
(Nobody alone knows enough).

[Plautus, Miles gloriosus]

The World is like a book and those who
do not travel, read only the first page.

[St. Augustinus of Hippo, 354-430]

Traveling tends to magnify
all human emotions.

[Peter Hoeg]

An addition to the above quotations, here are some eloquent expressions and poetic passages!
Also, the origin of quotes may sometimes be something to investigate, which is done very well by Quote Investigator.

Links for quotations:

  • Cyber Nation. (Very good and fully searchable)
  • Maller. (Extensive and searchable by author)
  • (Fairly good and fully searchable)
  • Ærenlund. (Very extensive, fully searchable and in Danish+English)
  • Quotegallery. (Fairly good, somewhat extensive and fully searchable)
  • Redningsplanken. (Good listing, but all quotations in Danish)
  • Doug Turner's. (searchable by both subject and author)
  • Top-Quotations. (Extensive and searchable by author and subject)
  • Løndal. (Fairly good, mostly danish, divided into catagories)
  • Citatlisten. (Fairly good, divided into catagories)
  • Think Exist. (Very large categorized)
  • Amusing Quotes. (Smaller but... amusing!)