Demosthenes Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old Demosthenes quotes, Demosthenes sayings, and Demosthenes proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.'

Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises. Demosthenes
Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises. Demosthenes
A man is his own easiest dupe, for what he wishes to be true he generally believes to be true. Demosthenes
Clouds cannot cover secret places, nor denials conceal truth. Demosthenes
Nothing is more easy than to deceive one's self, as our affections are subtle persuaders. Demosthenes
All speech is vain and empty unless it be accompanied by action. Demosthenes
Clouds cannot cover secret places, nor denials conceal truth. Demosthenes
Nothing is easier than self-deceit. For what each man wishes, that he also believes to be true. Demosthenes
The best protection for the people is not necessarily to believe everything people tell them. Demosthenes
Nothing is so easy as to deceive one's self for what we wish, that we readily believe; but such expectations are often inconsistent with the real state of things. Demosthenes
The best protection for the people is not necessarily to believe everything people tell them. Demosthenes
Close alliances with despots are never safe for free states. Demosthenes
Great and unexpected successes are often the cause of foolish rushing into acts of extravagance. Demosthenes
Clouds cannot cover secret places, nor denials conceal truth. Demosthenes
There is a great deal of wishful thinking in such cases it is the easiest thing of all to deceive ones self. Demosthenes
The sower of the seed is assuredly the author of the whole harvest of mischief. Demosthenes
Success has a great tendency to conceal and throw a veil over the evil deeds of men. Demosthenes
Clouds cannot cover secret places, nor denials conceal truth. Demosthenes
Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises. Demosthenes
Nothing is so easy as to deceive one's self, for what we wish to believe, we readily believe, but such expectations are often inconsistent with the real state of things. Demosthenes