Thrice Quotes by Susan B. Anthony, Plutarch, Horace, Samuel Rutherford, Plato, John Donne and many others.
Oh thrice fools are we who like new-born princes weeping in the cradle know not that there is a kingdom before them then let our Lord‘s sweet hand square us and hammer us and strike off the knots of pride self-love and world-worship and infidelity that He may make us stones and pillars in His Father‘s house.
O thrice unhappy home Whose master doesn’t know the difference between a watt and an ohm!
Oh thrice and four times happy… those who plant cabbages.
Love is hard, harder than steel and thrice as cruel. It is inexorable as the tides, and life and death alike follow in its wake.
Thrice blessed are they whose early years are spent in some countryside. The flowering and withering of the seasons, and every exquisite sound and sight – every lane, and pasture, and green corners and gnarled hollows everywhere, make them affluent with a treasure which neither change nor chance can steal away.