Love has no age, no limit; and no death.

-John Galsworthy
John Galsworthy

By the cigars they smoke, and the composers they love, ye shall know the texture of men's souls.

John Galsworthy
Idealism increases in direct proportion to one's distance from the problem. John Galswo
John Galsworthy

Idealism increases in direct proportion to one's distance from the problem. John Galsworth

John Galsworthy
Dreaming is the poetry of Life, and we must be forgiven if we indulge in it a little.
John Galsworthy

Headlines twice the size of the events.

John Galsworthy
Matters change and morals change; men remain.
John Galsworthy

Essential characteristics of a gentleman: The will to put himself in the place of others; the horror of forcing others into positions from which he would himself recoil; and the power to do what seems to him to be right without considering what others may say or think.

John Galsworthy
Beginnings are always messy.
John Galsworthy

Looking back on the long-stretched-out body of one's work, it is interesting to mark the endless duel fought within a man between the emotional and critical sides of his nature, first one, then the other, getting the upper hand, and too seldom fusing till the result has the mellowness of full achievement. One can even tell the nature of one's readers, by their preference for the work which reveals more of this side than of that.

John Galsworthy
born to be loved and to love who when not loving are not living