Quotation Explorer - 'Avoids'

An expert is a person who avoids small error as he sweeps on to the grand fallacy. - Benjamin Stolberg
We think a wise person is someone who solves problems. Truth is, a wise person is someone who avoids problems. - Prem Rawat
The mature man lives quietly, does good privately, takes responsibility for his actions, treats others with friendliness and courtesy, finds mischief boring and avoids it. Without the hidden conspiracy of goodwill, society would not endure an hour. - Kenneth Rexroth
The wise man avoids evil by anticipating it. - Publilius Syrus
The common culture of permits - that is, the assumption that only that which is not explicitly permitted is not forbidden - usually draws the laws of one's own possibilities far more narrowly than necessary and prematurely avoids real or imaginary conflict. - Ursula Hofbauer, Friedemann Derschmidt
The non-violent resistor not only avoids external, physical violence, but he avoids internal violence of spirit. He not only refuses to shoot his opponent, but he refuses to hate him. And he stands with understanding, goodwill at all times. - Martin Luther King Jr.
Nobody enjoys the company of others as intensely as someone who usually avoids the company of others. - Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Who escapes duty, avoids a gain. - Theodore Parker
A man is known by the company he avoids. - Anonymous
The girl with a future avoids a man with a past. - Evan Esar
The common culture of permits - that is, the assumption that only that which is not forbidden - usually draws the laws of one's own possibilities far more narrowly than necessary and prematurely avoids real or imaginary conflict. - Ursula Hofbauer, Friedemann Derschmidt
Variability is one of the virtues of a woman. It avoids the crude requirement of polygamy. So long as you have one good wife you are sure to have a spiritual harem". - G.K. Chesterton
Character is that which reveals moral purpose, exposing the class of things a man chooses or avoids - Aristotle
Whoever cultivates the golden mean avoids both the poverty of a hovel and the envy of a palace. - Horace
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