1.“The more I know men, the less I love them; If I could say the same about women, it would be much better for me ”. Lord Byron.
2.“In war-torn societies, it is often women who keep society going. . . They are usually the main defenders of peace ”. Kofi Annan.
3.“I think it will be truly glorious when women are truly authentic people and have the whole world open to them.” Karen Blixen.
4.“The fantasy of the man is the best weapon of the woman.” Sophia Loren. • “The most powerful hydraulic force in the universe is a woman’s tear.” Carlos Fisas.
5.“Woman is the warrior’s rest.” Friedrich Nietzsche. • “The woman and the book that have to influence a life, come to the hands without looking for them.” Enrique Jardiel Poncela.
6.“I grew up kissing books and bread. Since I kissed a woman, my activities with bread and books lost interest ”. Salman Rushdie.
7.“There are only three things to do with a woman. You can love it, suffer for it, or turn it into literature ”. Lawrence Durrell. • “There is a woman at the beginning of all great things.” Alphonse de Lamartine.
8.“A woman’s intuition is more accurate than a man’s certainty.” Rudyard Kipling. • “The dumbest of women can handle an intelligent man, but it takes a woman very skilled to handle an idiot.” Rudyard Kipling.
9.“I would dare to venture that Anonymous, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman”. Virginia Woolf. • “A woman hurts all over my body.” Jorge Luis Borges.
10.“The degree of civilization of a people can be judged by the social position of women.” Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. • “Anyone who wants to see his business prosper, consult his wife.” Benjamin Franklin.
11.“I fell in love with my wife and I never fell in love again. You unconsciously propose fidelity to yourself: you have a family, some children. How are you going to play love out there? Pablo Picasso.
12.“At every moment of my life there is a woman who leads me by the hand in the darkness of a reality that women know better than men and in which they orient themselves better with fewer lights.” Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
13.“Women have served throughout this century as mirrors that possessed the power to reflect the figure of man twice the size of life.” Karen Blixen. • “Calling women the weaker sex is slander; it is the injustice of man towards woman.
14.“They say that a man is not a man while he does not hear his name from a woman’s lips.” Antonio Machado. • “Love creates in woman, a new woman; the one from the day before no longer exists the next day ”. Honoré De Balzac.
15.“My mother was the most beautiful woman I have ever met. Everything I am, I owe to my mother. I attribute all my successes in this life to the moral, intellectual and physical teaching that I received from her. George Washington. • “My synthetic opinion of women is that with them it is necessary to dare everything”. Stendhal.