Quote by Oscar Wilde
When a man has once loved a woman he will do anything for her except continue to love her.
This quote suggests that love can be fleeting and unpredictable. It implies that men may be willing to go to great lengths for someone they once loved, but they may struggle to maintain that love over time. It conveys the idea that love can be an intense and passionate emotion, but it may not be a constant or enduring state. This quote raises questions about the complexity of love and relationships and the challenges of sustaining love beyond initial infatuation.
The Great Man... is colder, harder, less hesitating, and without fear of 'opinion'; he lacks the virtues that accompany respect and 'respectability,' and altogether everything that is the 'virtue of the herd.' If he cannot lead, he goes alone... He knows he is incommunicable: he finds it tasteless to be familiar... When not speaking to himself, he wears a mask. There is a solitude within him that is inaccessible to praise or blame.