Quotations by Pythagoras


Rest satisfied with doing well, and leave others to talk of you as they please.

Pythagoras (c.570 BC - c.495 BC) Greek mathematician and philosopher
(Attributed)
Added on 1-Feb-04 | Last updated 1-Feb-04
Link to this post | No comments
More quotes by Pythagoras

A wound from a tongue is worse than a wound from a sword; for the latter affects only the body, the former, the spirit, the soul.

Pythagoras (c.570 BC - c.495 BC) Greek mathematician and philosopher
(Attributed)

Cited in James Comper Gray, The Biblical Museum, Vol. 5 (1878)
Added on 11-Mar-13 | Last updated 11-Mar-13
Link to this post | No comments
More quotes by Pythagoras

Anger begins with folly, and ends with repentance.

Pythagoras (c.570 BC - c.495 BC) Greek mathematician and philosopher
(Attributed)
Added on 27-Dec-13 | Last updated 27-Dec-13
Link to this post | No comments
Topics:
More quotes by Pythagoras

The greatest strength and wealth is self-control.

Pythagoras (c.570 BC - c.495 BC) Greek mathematician and philosopher
(Attributed)
    (Source)

Quoted in Hobart Huson, Pythagoras (1947).
Added on 25-Mar-14 | Last updated 25-Mar-14
Link to this post | No comments
Topics: ,
More quotes by Pythagoras