tell me aphorisms about lions

tell me aphorisms about lions

  1. It seems Victor Hugo said: "I prefer to be the tail of a lion, than the head of a fly." Although sometimes I prefer something else.
    For me it is more prestigious to get the "Golden Lion" for the main role, than the "Oscar" for costumes.
  2. "A living dog is better than a dead lion." something like that said I do not remember who ..)) an ancient thinker what. . an eclezist said that ..
  3. I found a little. .
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    Even a lion has to protect himself from flies

    The position of a flea in the mane of a lion is tempting. Humiliated
    The lion feels how this small, insignificant creature bites him, and the flea can say: "Lion's blood flows in me." V. Hugo

    The lion is right! Sergey Izotov

    Leo is the king of beasts, but for a pet he is unlikely
    whether it will fit. Likewise, love is too strong a feeling to become the basis of a happy marriage.
    Robert Lewis Stevenson

    The lion opened his mouth, the tamer put his head in it, and all the audience suddenly saw how wild the animal was smarter
    and magnanimous man. BF Andreev

    Lviv is represented by donkeys only after their death; donkeys lions - only in their lifetime. V. Khochinsky

    Lions of the fierce created God, bloodthirsty by nature, and then a cat appeared - a lioness, but in miniature. Heine

    Animals have that noble characteristic that the lion never becomes out of cowardice by the slave of another lion,
    and the horse is the slave of another horse. Montaigne

    Better a lion at the head of a herd of sheep than a ram led by
    a herd of lions. Napoleon

  4. The lion did not like sycophants, but he respected underwear.
  5. I'm afraid that I will not like it, but I'll risk it: "Even the hares lay down dead lions!" - (Baltasar Gratian, 16 century).
  6. "I'm pouring in. There's a fight ahead of me.
    It is necessary to accept yourself. To kill the desire. To fly up. "

    yet.. .

    I am That, and That I am.

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