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Quo Vadis Quotes By Henryk Sienkiewicz

As to women, I agree that each has three or four souls, but none of them a reasoning one. — Henryk Sienkiewicz

Quo Vadis Quotes By Christopher Lee

There are certain things producers ask you to do, and when I was starting out, I said yes to everything. I was asked, for 'Quo Vadis,' to drive a chariot. I said, 'Oh yes. I'm licenced for all vehicles.' Two days later, I was sitting in this dustbin with two very aggressive horses. I didn't stay in it for long. — Christopher Lee

Quo Vadis Quotes By Henryk Stanczyk

[Christians] are people such as the world has not seen hitherto, and their teaching is of a kind that the world has not heard up to this time ... — Henryk Stanczyk

Quo Vadis Quotes By Henryk Stanczyk

I know not how the Christians order their own lives, but I know that where their religion begins, Roman rule ends, Rome itself ends, our mode of life ends, the distinction between conquered and conqueror, between rich and poor, lord and slave, ends, government ends, Caesar ends, law and all the order of the world ends; and in place of these appears Christ, with a certain mercy not existent hitherto, and kindness, as opposed to human and our Roman instincts.
(Quo Vadis) — Henryk Stanczyk

Quo Vadis Quotes By Henryk Sienkiewicz

It is not Atlas who carries the world on his shoulders, but woman; and sometimes she plays with it as with a ball. — Henryk Sienkiewicz

Quo Vadis Quotes By Henryk Stanczyk

Though they love people, the Christians are enemies of our life, our gods and our crimes; hence she fled from me, as from a man who belongs to our [Roman] society, and with whom she would have to share a life counted criminal by Christians ... I should not have stopped her from believing in her Christ, and would myself have reared an altar to Him in the atrium. What harm could one more god do me? Why might I not believe in Him, - I who do not believe over much in the old gods? ... It would not be difficult for me even to renounce other gods, for no reasoning mind believes in them at present. But it seems that all this is not enough yet for the Christians. It is not enough to honor Christ, one must also live according to His teachings; and here thou art on the shore of a sea which they command thee to wade through.
Quo Vadis — Henryk Stanczyk