Marcus Tullius Cicero Quotes About Hope

Quotes about: Hope
Abuse Adversity Affairs Affection Age Aging Animals Anxiety Army Art Atheism Authority Beauty Beer Belief Benevolence Best Friends Birthdays Books Bravery Business Change Character Children Community Conscience Consciousness Constitution Country Courage Crime Criticism Dance Dancing Death Decisions Democracy Desire Difficulty Dignity Doubt Duty Earth Economy Education Enemies Envy Eternity Evil Exercise Exes Eyes Fairness Fame Family Fear Feelings Fidelity Flowers Food Freedom Friends Friendship Frugality Funny Gardens Genius Giving Glory God Goodness Grace Gratitude Greatness Grief Grieving Guilt Habits Happiness Hate Hatred Health Heart Heaven History Home Honesty Honor Hope House Human Nature Hunger Ignorance Imitation Immortality Impulse Injury Injustice Inspiration Inspirational Intuition Journey Joy Judging Judgment Justice Kindness Knowledge Labor Labour Language Last Days Latin Laughter Lawyers Leadership Learning Liars Liberalism Libertarianism Liberty Libraries Life Love Lust Lying Mankind Memories Military Mistakes Moderation Modesty Money Mothers Motivation Motivational Nature Offense Office Old Age Opinions Opportunity Pain Parents Passion Past Peace Persuasion Philosophy Pleasure Poetry Politicians Politics Power Praise Preparation Prisons Prosperity Prudence Purpose Quality Quitting Rage Reading Reality Religion Respect Revenge Science Security Shame Silence Sin Slavery Sorrow Soul Speed Study Stupidity Success Suffering Talent Teachers Teaching Thankfulness Time Tranquility Treason True Friends Trust Truth Tyranny Understanding Universe Values Victory Violence Virtue Waiting War Water Wealth Welfare Winning Wisdom Work Worship Writing Youth
  • While there's life, there's hope.

    Marcus Tullius Cicero (1880). “The Life and Letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero: Being a New Translation of the Letters Included in Mr. Watsons's Selection”
  • While the sick man has life, there is hope.

    "Epistulae ad Atticum (Letters to Atticus)". Book by Marcus Tullius Cicero (Book IX, Chapter 10, Section 4), 68-43 BC.
  • The hope of impunity is the greatest inducement to do wrong.

    "Pro Tito Annio Milone ad iudicem oratio (Pro Milone)". Oration by Marcus Tullius Cicero (Section XVI), 52 BC.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

  • Occupation: Philosopher
  • Cite this Page: Citation