In no particular order.
1.) “In time we hate that which we often fear.”- Antony & Cleopatra
2.) “He who has injured thee was either weaker or stronger than thee. If weaker, spare him. If stronger, spare thyself.” (Actually I’m not sure where this is from. Can anybody help me with that?)
3.) “Love all, trust a few. Wrong no one.”- All’s Well That Ends Well
4.) “I dote on his very absence.”- The Merchant of Venice
5.) “Glory is like a circle in the water, which never ceaseth to enlarge itself, till by broad spreading it disperse to nought.”- King Henry IV
6.) “The devil hath power to assume a pleasing shape.”- Hamlet
7.) “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”- Hamlet
8.) “They have been at a great feast of languages, and stolen the scraps.”- Love’s Labour Lost
9.) “If all the year would be playing holidays, to sport would be as tedious as to work.”- King Henry IV
10.) No judgement about the good guy/bad guy situation, but, MARK ANTONY’S SPEECH IN JULIUS CAESAR! MARK ANTONY’S SPEECH IN JULIUS CAESAR! Also, his soliloquey after Caesar’s murder. I have a huge crush on him.