RACINE, Jean Baptiste Quotes
(1639-1699), French dramatist and poet
Small crimes always precede great ones. Never have we seen timid innocence pass suddenly to extreme licentiousness.
The feeling of distrust is always the last which a great mind acquires.
He who bridles the fury of the billows, knows also to put a stop to the secret plans of the wicked.—Submitting to His holy will, I fear God; I have no other fear.
The happiness of the wicked passes away like a torrent.